WILD VALENTINES at Lindsay Wildlife Museum
Which wildlife mom knows her young by their scent? Which shares her nest with other moms, while the “teenagers” help raise the babies? Find out how our wild neighbors raise families and find mates during WILD VALENTINES at Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Thursday, February 14 to Monday, February 18.
From noon to 5 PM on February 14 and 15, and 10 AM to 5 PM on February 16, 17 and 18, you can:
- meet and learn about wildlife family members
- make a valentine craft
- watch a bald or golden eagle presentation
- pet a live rat, hamster, guinea pig or rabbit
- purchase and sign a valentine to hang in our main exhibit hall
- see an animal ambassador being fed
- greet an owl up close and personal
- find the perfect gift for your valentine in the Lindsay Wildlife Museum store.
Visit our exhibits to get closer than you’ve ever been to a real, working beehive and its queen bee at Hive Alive! Glimpse how 5,000 wild animals a year are cared for at Wildlife Hospital Behind the Scenes. Spread your wings and soar—virtually—like a hawk over Mount Diablo at Raptors, Hunters in the Sky.
Lindsay Wildlife Museum is located at 1931 First Avenue in Walnut Creek, 925-935-1978. Admission is $7 for adults , $6 for seniors 65+, $5 for children 2 -17, and FREE for members and children under 2. The museum is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday.