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The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Robert Irwin, 13-year-old son of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, shows Jimmy some animals including a Binturong named Orville that smells like popcorn, legless lizards and a pair of baby black bears.

National Aviary’s New VR Attraction Lets Visitors Soar Through The Sky Like A Bird

Ever wonder what it’s like to experience flying the way a bird does?

Want to fly like an eagle? Now you can with Birdly

Now at the National Aviary you can experience what it’s like to be fly like a bird with Birdly, a full-body virtual reality flight simulator.

Brian O'Neill: How to feel like our fine feathered friends

I had never wondered if penguins were envious of birds that can fly until I rode Birdly, the new full-body virtual reality machine that had me flying over Manhattan for two and a half exhilarating minutes.

National Aviary Simulator Lets Visitors Take Flight

Pittsburgh International Airport and the National Aviary are teaming up to give you the chance to take flight.

At Pittsburgh's National Aviary, you can fly like an eagle — virtually

People typically visit The National Aviary in Pittsburgh's North Side to watch birds fly.

Aviary's Eurasian Eagle Owl Chick Headed To Virginia

The baby Eurasian eagle owl at the National Aviary is flying the coop!

Eurasian eagle owl headed from National Aviary to Virginia Zoo

The National Aviary on Wednesday said goodbye to Carson, a 3 1⁄2-month-old Eurasian eagle owl.

The Disco Kid

The day started off bright and early (and minus one hour of sleep) with a trip to the National Aviary on the North Side.

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Adorable Baby Owl Arrives At National Aviary

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Meet the National Aviary’s newest arrival – a newborn Eurasian eagle owl.

National Aviary Appears on the Ellen Show

Five-year-old cancer survivor Violet Brielle Spataro gets a personal introduction with Valentino, the baby Two-toed Sloth.

National Aviary and Baby Sloth Valentino Featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Public Invited to Watch Party in Helen M. Schmidt FliteZone™ Theater!

Hatching of Guam Kingfisher Chicks at National Aviary Boosts Population of Species Now Extinct in the Wild

AZA Species Survival Plan™ Breeding Program Plays Critical Role in Saving Species Nearly Wiped Out by Accidental Introduction of Brown Tree Snake to Island of Guam

Urban crows rob rooftop nests of Common Nighthawk

Research by Steven Latta, Director of Conservation and Field Research at the National Aviary and Krista Latta

National Aviary's newest Penguin has a Name

In honor of World Penguin Day on April 25, the National Aviary asked the public to help name its newest female penguin, and the results are in!

Public Can Vote to name National Aviary’s newest Penguin

Visit before midnight April 25 to vote

Baby Two-Toed Sloth Joins the Flock at National Aviary

Three-month-old Linnaeus’s Two-Toed Sloth Will Be Hand-Raised as Educational Ambassador for Rainforest Species

Baby Two-Toed Sloth Arrives In Pittsburgh On Private Jet

KDKA’s Dave Crawley reports on the baby sloth’s arrival.

Carry-over effects provide linkages across the annual cycle of a Neotropical migratory bird. By Dr. Steve Latta

This ground-breaking National Aviary study of hormone levels in feathers of a migratory bird reveals that energy stress during the breeding season has significant “carry-over” effects: stressed birds occupy lower quality winter territories, have poorer body condition, and experience reduced annual survival.

Watch the National Aviary on the 'Tonight Show' with Jimmy Fallon

Watch the feathers fly starting at the 2:00 minute mark!

Louisiana Waterthrush Study Published

New study uses songbird as bioindicator of potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing

Muchas Gracias! Night in the Tropics 2015

The National Aviary’s signature fundraiser was a feathered fiesta!

Night in the Tropics

Purchase your tickets today to the Feathered Fiesta!

Andean Condor Exhibit Opens at National Aviary

Expansive new exhibit provides intimate look at endangered Andean Condors and other birds of prey.

Backstage With The Penguins

The Meredith Vieira Show

Condor Court renovations begin at the National Aviary. New exhibit to house four Andean Condors.

The National Aviary is bringing Andean Condor conservation, education, and a little bit of Ecuador to Pittsburgh’s Northside with a new exhibit.

National Aviary displays life-size carvings of Passenger Pigeon and two other extinct birds, hosts reception with the artist

Now through December, area institutions mark the extinction of a once abundant bird in Pennsylvania with Project Passenger Pigeon Pittsburgh.

Keep Your Hummingbird Feeders Up Even as the Temperatures Drop This Fall

Public's Help Sought to Study Cold-weather Hummingbirds

National Aviary Awarded Power of Light Grant

Duquesne Light has awarded a $20,000 Power of Light grant to support the National Aviary’s educational programming throughout the Pittsburgh region.

Eagles at the Front Bus Tour

Join National Aviary ornithologist, Bob Mulvihill for a one-of-a-kind tour and Golden Eagle watching experience!

Night in the Tropics was on Fire!

The 2014 Night in the Tropics’ fiery theme turned up the heat for the 1,000 people who flocked to the National Aviary’s annual fundraising event.

Summer Camp Fun

What happens when you introduce 183 young avian enthusiasts to more than 500 birds? One great summer camp of course!

National Zookeeper Week

The National Aviary is celebrating National Zookeeper Week, July 19th through July 26th.

Baby ducks delight visitors at the National Aviary

On Saturday morning, June 21, visitors to the National Aviary were greeted with an adorable surprise.

National Aviary Appears on Comcast Newsmakers to Showcase Summer Highlights

National Aviary talks about Night in the Tropics and new summer show.

"For The Birds" is Theater in Flight

“For the Birds” is a visual symphony designed for the National Aviary’s Helen M. Schmidt Flight Zone™ Theatre in celebration of International Migratory Bird Day.

National Aviary Names Newest African Penguins "Disco Dan" and "Mary Beth," Announces April 5 They'll Join the Colony

The National Aviary surprised Bylsma and his family prior to a celebratory penguin practice swim today, naming their two newest African Penguins – a female and male hatched on November 29 and December 2, 2013, respectively – after Mary Beth and “Disco Dan” Bylsma.

Thank You, "Abby"

The National Aviary mourns the loss of “Abby” the Bald Eagle

National Aviary Announces New Permanent Exhibit

Named “Canary’s Call,” exhibit highlights birds as indicators of environmental change Exhibit features signature bird species alongside giant fruit bats called Malayan flying foxes

National Aviary Launches “Feed the Penguin” Auction

Bid for your chance to spend a morning behind the scenes with the National Aviary's African penguins!

National Aviary Appoints New Leader

Cheryl Tracy has been named the new Managing Director/Chief Operating Officer of the National Aviary, effective July 1.

Flying Wild with the National Aviary!

Educational program introduces bird conservation

“Aviary on the Air” to Debut January 30th on KQV 1410

The National Aviary is proud to announce that its new radio show, “Aviary on the Air”, will debut on January 30th at 7 P.M. Eastern on KQV AM 1410.

January 13th, 2013
Radio Disney Backyard Show

January 13th, 2013, Jamie Travitz

December 9th, 2012
Radio Disney Backyard Show

December 9th, 2012, Jamie Travitz

National Aviary Birds to Appear on Today Show

Two winter-loving birds head to New York City

Santa Claus to Visit National Aviary

Skip the Shopping Mall a memorable holiday photo

Kids with Autism Get Special Visit with Santa

National Aviary Offers Special Program

New Birds of Prey on Exhibit at the National Aviary

North Side Attraction Prepares for the Holidays

Celebrate Owl-o-Ween

Hoot your way through Aviary in costume!

National Aviary Offers Positive Parroting Workshop

Do you have a pet parrot? Are you considering adding a pet parrot to your household? Parrots – including parakeets, cockatiels, conures, macaws, and cockatoos – can be incredibly rewarding pets for the right home, but they are not a low-maintenance alternative to a dog or cat.

Two African Penguin Chick Hatch at the National Aviary

First penguins hatched at National Aviary grow pen

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