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Flamingo Fest

February 24 | 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Flamingo Fest | Saturday & Sunday, February 24 – 25 | 11 am – 3 pm | Included with admission

Get ready to fla-mingle! Put on your finest pink attire and head to the National Aviary for the return of Flamingo Fest. Make a fun flamingo craft, learn about all things flamingo from the experts at the Aviary, and meet the flock in the beautifully renovated Wetlands habitat.

Flamingo Fest Schedule of Activities: 

10:30 am: Flamingo Talk | Wetlands 

11 am – 3 pm: Go on a pink-inspired scavenger hunt | Full Facility 

11 am – 3 pm: Flamingo Discovery Zone | Learning Center

  • Create a flamingo suncatcher craft
  • Read a story in our Flamingo Book Nook
  • Where in the World Do Flamingos Live
  • Flamingo Biofacts
  • Flamingo Life: Finding Food
  • Kid-friendly Flamingo-inspired Yoga

11 am – 3 pm: Flamingo Height Chart | Hallway to Wetlands

12 pm: Flamingo Fashion Walk | Helen M. Schmidt FliteZone Theater

1 pm: Flamingo Talk | Wetlands

Have the most fabulous Flamingo Fest ever and buy a ticket for a painting experience with Maria DeSimone Prascak of Maria’s Ideas (MariasIdeas.com) on Saturday, February 24 at 11 am, when you’ll create a flamingo portrait to take home. Register for Brushes & Birds: Flamingo edition here!

For parking information, please click here!

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