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Lindsay Wildlife Museum at California

Lindsay Wildlife Museum

1931 1st Ave, Walnut Creek, California, 94597
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Lindsay Wildlife Museum

One of the oldest and largest animal rehabilitation centers in the country, Lindsay Wildlife Museum is a natural history and environmental center where you can see more than 50 species of native California wildlife. Go eye-to-eye with a gray fox, hear the call of a red tailed hawk, and see the amazing bald eagle perched overhead. The museum offers interesting tours, nature and science classes and exciting wildlife encounters that let you touch, feed and help rehabilitate the region's most amazing and rare animals.

Details

Hours -

Wednesday-Friday: 12 pm - 5 pm & Saturday-Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm

Price -

$8.50 for adults, $7.50 for seniors, $6.50 for children 2 -17, and free for members.

Events

  • Bay Area Science Festival
  • Education Lectures
  • Feeding Demonstrations
  • Meet an Animal Keeper
  • Not-So-Scary Animals
    for Halloween

Activities

  • Fun Tours
  • Animal Exhibits
  • Live Animal Encounters
  • Nature & Science Classes
  • Petting Circle

Engaging Exhibits

Explore the wonders of nature and discover wildlife through the Museums’ engaging and interactive animal exhibits. See vets treat injured or sick animals at the Wildlife Hospital Behind the Scenes exhibit, and go underground in The Burrow to discover the habitats below the Earth’s surface. See where busy bees make honey at Hive Alive! and soar like a hawk over Mount Diablo at Raptors!

Wildlife Interactions

The Museum offers exciting live animal encounters and interactive activities that teach us about California’s wild animals. Touch a rabbit, guinea pig, or hamster at the Petting Circle, talk to an animal keeper, and see what’s for lunch at the Feeding Demonstration. Go behind the scenes at the Animal Hospital to see where they treat and care for over 5,000 animals, and meet the magnificent eagles, hawks and owls at the Raptors! Exhibit.

FAQs

  • What wildlife can I see?

    At the Lindsay Wildlife Museum you can see, touch, feed and interact with hundreds of live, non-releasable California wild animals. See majestic hawks, owls, eagles and birds of prey. Go face to face with native mammals like the gray fox, bats and opossums. Discover reptiles and amphibians like snakes, turtles, and toads. Meet the animal ambassadors and see how they care for rare creatures during special demonstrations.
  • How does the Museum help save wildlife?

    The Lindsay Wildlife Museum's wildlife hospital is the oldest and one of the largest rehabilitation centers in the United States, treating 5,000 injured and orphaned wild animals each year for free. A pioneer in wildlife rehabilitation, the hospital provides the top medical care to regional wild animals and many now standard protocols were developed here. Since most of the animals treated at the hospital are injured from adverse contact with people, the museum educates the public to help prevent animal hardship from humanity.

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