Lindsay Wildlife Museum
Lindsay Wildlife Museum connects people with wildlife to inspire responsibility and respect for the world we share. Visitors can get up close and personal with a gray fox, watch a bald eagle eat lunch and listen to the call of a red-tailed hawk.
The museum houses a collection of live, native California animals, a hands-on discovery room for children, a pet education section with domestic animals, changing exhibits and a wildlife rehabilitation hospital.
Wildlife and environmental education classes, trips, tours and special events are offered throughout the year .
More than 600 volunteers help the wildlife hospital for 6,000 injured or orphaned native California wild animals annually and offer education and mentoring programs to more than 44,000 school children.
Through partnerships with local K-12 schools, the museum serves local and at-risk youth with environmental education, mentoring, and leadership programs designed to instill respect and stewardship for the environment in future generations.