Lindsay Visits You

We want to bring our animals and natural history knowledge to your institution! This one-hour program is available Tuesdays through Fridays, with the start time depending on distance from Lindsay Wildlife Experience. For the animals’ safety and success of the program, Lindsay asks for one indoor location (classroom, library, or multi-purpose room), two 6-foot tables, and air conditioning in hot weather. The program costs $200 per class, with a maximum number of 30 students per class, during the fall and winter of 2017.

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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.

Grades 2 and up

Insects and Spiders

There are more kinds of insects and spiders in the world than all other animals and plants combined. Insects and spiders have important roles as predators, consumers, and decomposers. Explore their characteristics, life cycles, and adaptations.

All Grades

Owls

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

All Grades

Bats

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