Charity Randall Foundation Eagle Hall
Travel down the spacious Charity Randall Foundation Eagle Hall of the National Aviary and meet two colorful birds, Mango and Tango, a pair of Toco Toucans! Mango and Tango share their habitat, TreeTops presented by Peoples, with a pair of Edwards’s Pheasants. Native to the forests of Vietnam, the Edwards’s Pheasant was last seen in the wild in 2000 and is considered by some to be extinct in the wild. This pair has already successfully raised one chick since arriving at the National Aviary in late 2018!
Two rehabilitated Bald Eagles reside in their outdoor habitat in the Charity Randall Foundation Eagle Hall. One of the most recognizable bird species in North America, these two birds sustained injuries in the wild that would make it difficult for them to survive on their own. The National Aviary is proud to provide a home where these majestic birds can thrive. You can also gaze in on one of the world’s largest eagle species, the Steller’s Sea-Eagle.
In the Charity Randall Foundation Eagle Hall you can get a glimpse into our state-of-the-art Avian Hospital, where our expert team of veterinarians provide medical care for birds. Depending on when you visit, you may see an egg incubating or a chick taking its first steps!
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