The National Aviary works to save birds and protect habitats around the world. The Department of Conservation and Field Research studies human impacts on birds and the environment and develops targeted programs to protect biodiversity. Our national and international conservation and field research projects span a range of topics and perspectives, from classical ecological research, to applied conservation, to more traditional zoo-based reintroduction activities. Our projects are founded on the belief that field research, conservation, and education are linked, and are best done in concert.
The National Aviary conducts conservation research programs in the United States, Mariana Islands, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, and the Caribbean Basin. Learn more about our work to save birds and protect habitats at home and abroad.Learn More
Community science projects bring conservation and scientific inquiry to the backyards of people around southwestern Pennsylvania, and beyond.Learn More
Through collaborative Species Survival Plans®, we can help ensure healthy populations for threatened species.Learn More
Meet the birds we work to save, and the people who are making an impact on avian conservation worldwide.Learn More
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In The News
A new African penguin is waddling around the National Aviary.Read More »
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- The National Aviary welcomed a new African penguin to its flock.Read More »
The National Aviary in Pittsburgh, Pa., has announced the arrival of its newest resident—a female Steller’s sea eagle.Read More »
If you’ve ever wanted to name an eagle, the National Aviary is giving you your chance.Read More »
She's big, she's beautiful and she's the newest resident at Pittsburgh's National Aviary.Read More »