This Fall: Explore Forests at the National Aviary!

Venture into this dreamy world with exciting daily programs that bring you close to fascinating species from around the world. Open daily except Tuesdays. Book your fall visit today!

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Who-o-o wants to meet a mysterious owl during an Owl Encounter!

Get in the spooky season and meet an Eastern Screech-Owl or Eurasian Eagle-Owl during a National Aviary Owl Encounter! Learn about their amazing adaptations, like how they can fly silently from one of our experts. Proceeds from Animal Encounter support our work to save birds and protect their habitats.

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The National Aviary works to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds.

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27 Fun Family Friendly Things to Do in Pittsburgh with Kids | The Edvocate

Bring your kids to the National Aviary, where they can view 150 different species, many of which are threatened or endangered.

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Glass act: New panes at Pittsburgh’s National Aviary will make things safer for birds | 90.5 WESA

The five-month, $3 million renovation of the walk-through habitat was unveiled Monday.

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National Aviary cuts ribbon on newly renovated Wetlands exhibit | KDKA - CBS Pittsburgh

The National Aviary celebrated the reopening of its Wetlands habitat with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on Monday, following a $3 million renovation project.

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National Aviary adds new feathered residents to renovated Wetlands habitat | Pittsburgh City Paper

The National Aviary boasts 500 birds each representing more than 150 diverse species from around the world. Among these are several recent additions.

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The National Aviary’s Largest Habitat, the Wetlands, Reopens Following $3 Million Renovation | National Aviary News

The immersive habitat features bird-friendly glass, new bird and plant species, stunning interactive features, and energy efficiency upgrades.

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