Month: August 2020

An African Penguin swimming underwater

When Dottie the African Penguin fell ill, National Aviary experts noticed it immediately. The normally friendly and sweet penguin was lethargic and weak, unable to stand and experiencing labored breathing.  …

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Guam Rail walking on the ground

Guam Rails are small, flightless, and if you blink, you’ll miss them. They dart in and out of the foliage of the Tropical Rainforest at the National Aviary. But great things come in small…

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Headshot of an American Flamingo

When more than 1,800 baby Lesser Flamingos were abandoned by their parents due to a severe drought at the Kamfers Dam in South Africa in 2019, the National Aviary’s Teri Grendzinski was among the…

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Aviary Volunteer’s Work Highlighted in AZA Photo Contest | National Aviary News

Meghan Adams's photo of a Brown Pelican was featured in the Association of Zoos and Aquariums Photo Contest.

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December fun calendar: Lots to do in the Beaver Valley & beyond | Beaver County Times

Holidays in the Garden opens December 26 at the National Aviary.

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Take a look at how Pittsburgh’s National Aviary prepares custom meals for nearly 500 animals daily | WPXI - NBC Pittsburgh

Take an inside look at how the National Aviary prepares those meals for our favorite pals.

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Ultimate Gift Guide | Made in PGH

Give the gift of unforgettable experiences with memberships to cultural institutions like the National Aviary.

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AZA Accreditation Commission Grants Accreditation to 22 Facilities, including National Aviary | National Aviary News

The National Aviary is proud to receive accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA); we have maintained continuous accreditation since 1984.

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