Visit Lindsay Wildlife Experience

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Fall and Winter Schedule: September 12–December 31, 2017

Length Day Time Max # of Students Cost
60 min. Tue.–Fri. 10:30 am 60 (typically 2 classes) $150 per 30 students (1 class)
90 min. Tue.–Fri. 10:00 am 90 (typically 3 classes) $180 per 30 students (1 class)

Registration FAQ

60 minute Programs

Students visit 4 areas with a volunteer, spending 15 minutes at each to explore science concepts and meet animals.
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Preschool & Transitional K

Meet and Greet

Young naturalists are introduced to animals that live in the wild and animals that are our pets.

Kindergarten

Animals That Inhabit the Earth

Similarities and differences between pets and wild animals that live in our neighborhoods.

Grade 1

Animal Characteristics

Special features of the different animal groups are featured. Learn how animals get their needs met and survive.

Grades 2–3

Life Cycles

Learn about the life cycles of some of the animals around us, what traits they share with their parents and the variation among species.

Kindergarten–Adult

Living With Wildlife

Meet the wild animals that live in our backyard and hills. Learn about how to respect and live with them.

Grades 3 and up

Animals of Mt. Diablo

Do you know what wildlife inhabit the Mt. Diablo area? Meet the animals that live in our area. Learn about the different ecosystems/habitats and what animals live where.

90 minute Programs

Your class will divide into small groups and rotate through 4–6 stations and meet live animals.
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Grade 1

Animal Characteristics

Special features of the different animal groups are featured. Learn how animals get their needs met and survive.

Grades 2–3

Life Cycles

Learn about the life cycles of some of the animals around us, what traits they share with their parents and the variation among species.

Grades 2 and up

Animals of Mt. Diablo

Do you know what wildlife inhabit the Mt. Diablo area? Meet the animals that live in our area.

Grades 2 and up

Living With Wildlife

Meet the wild animals that live in our backyard and hills. Learn about how to respect and live with them.

Grades 3 and up

Adaptation and Change

How do animals adapt to their environment? Explore how animals’ physical structures and behaviors help them to survive.

Grades 4 and up

Predator and Prey

Learn how animals are interrelated through a complex food web. Explore predator and prey strategies for survival.

Grades 4–5 and up

Amazing Animal Bodies

Students will study the body systems of animals, exploring key features of each system and how they interact. Body systems of animals will also be compared to that of humans.