Lindsay Visits You

Lindsay in the Classroom visits are fully booked

for the 2018-2019 school year.

If you would like to be put on the waitlist please email the date you would like a program, student grade, and class size to 

We want to bring our animals and natural history knowledge to your classroom!

AVAILABILITY: Tuesday through Friday. With a maximum of two programs per day.

START TIME: 10:00 a.m. or 10:30 a.m is the earliest; depending on travel distance from Lindsay Wildlife Experience. 2:00 p.m. is our latest start time for Lindsay in the Classroom programs.

DURATION: 60 minutes

GROUP SIZE: 30 students maximum per program

COST: $220 per program

FORMAT: One-hour classroom program in which Lindsay animals and Wildlife Educators visit your location.  For the animals’ safety and success of the program, Lindsay asks for one indoor location (classroom, library, or multi-purpose room).

If you are interested in a program for more than 30 students or an evening program that begins after 2:00 p.m. please email us at

School Program FAQ


Preschool–Trans K–Kindergarten

Meet and Greet

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

All Grades

Animals of Mt. Diablo

Do you know what wildlife inhabit the Mt. Diablo area? Mt. Diablo and the East Bay include a variety of ecosystems providing food, water, and shelter for wildlife. Meet the animals that live in our area, and learn how these animals meet their needs for survival.

Grades K–2

Animal Homes

All animals need food, water, and shelter to survive and raise their young. Meet animals that live in dens, nests, ponds, or deep underground. Learn about ecosystems and adaptations animals have to help them survive.

All Grades


Owls have special characteristics and adaptations for survival. Learn about their similarities and differences, and what makes them efficient predators.

All Grades


Bats, the only true flying mammals, have special characteristics and adaptations that help them locate food and survive in their habitats.