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National Aviary to offer ‘World of Oceans’ program | Observer Reporter

The summer season has begun at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh where a “World of Oceans” await.

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Best of the Burgh: Best Pittsburgh Events to Get All Dressed Up | Pittsburgh Magazine

Night in the Tropics allows guests to explore the largest aviary in the country after dark; food, drinks, dancing and getting up-close with some of the Aviary’s 500 birds are mainstays of the program.

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Hike, Bike, Explore, and Support the National Aviary’s Second Annual Hike-A-Thon Presented by UPMC Health Plan |

After a successful inaugural year, the virtual fundraiser supporting the National Aviary is back with a new, intuitive platform allowing hikers, bikers, and explorers to connect with nature from anywhere in the world.

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Vitro Architectural Glass Helping Restore Aviary Wetlands | Building Enclosure

The Wetlands habitat renovation includes the addition of over 20,000 square-feet of bird-friendly glass donated by Vitro Architectural Glass.

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Vitro Architectural Glass & National Aviary Wetlands | Commercial Construction and Renovation

At a groundbreaking event, Vitro Architectural Glass and the National Aviary announced that Vitro Architectural Glass is a contributing sponsor to restoration of the historic Wetlands exhibit on Pittsburgh’s North Side.

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Confessions of a reluctant birder | Washington Post

Ornithologist Bob Mulvihill shares tips for jumpstarting your birdwatching hobby.

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National Aviary celebrating 70th anniversary with renovations of Wetlands exhibit | KDKA - CBS Pittsburgh

The National Aviary is making some upgrades to one of their oldest, largest and most popular exhibits - the Wetlands.

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National Aviary to offer ‘World of Oceans’ program | Herald Standard

The National Aviary in Pittsburgh had started its summer program, “World of Oceans,” where children can take part in various activities including fun photos opportunities.

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Transformation Coming to the National Aviary’s Historic Wetlands Habitat | National Aviary News

The habitat will undergo a transformation that includes new bird-friendly glass, energy efficient air circulation and water filtration systems, many new plants, a new walkway, and the addition of a beautiful sculptural coastal tree that provides perching for birds and interactive elements for visitors.

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North Side’s National Aviary celebrates World Ocean Day all summer | TribLIVE

The Aviary on Pittsburgh’s North Side introduced World of Oceans, a season of activities and interactive play spaces that encourage creativity and movement, ocean-themed décor and music.

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15 summer camps in Pittsburgh for kids who love science and technology | Kidsburgh

The National Aviary is offering in-person camps this summer, bringing campers above and below the waves to learn about birds and other unique creatures who call the world’s oceans home.

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National Aviary to offer ‘World of Oceans’ program | Observer Reporter

The summer season has begun at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh where a “World of Oceans” await.

Read More »

Best of the Burgh: Best Pittsburgh Events to Get All Dressed Up | Pittsburgh Magazine

Night in the Tropics allows guests to explore the largest aviary in the country after dark; food, drinks, dancing and getting up-close with some of the Aviary’s 500 birds are mainstays of the program.

Read More »

Hike, Bike, Explore, and Support the National Aviary’s Second Annual Hike-A-Thon Presented by UPMC Health Plan |

After a successful inaugural year, the virtual fundraiser supporting the National Aviary is back with a new, intuitive platform allowing hikers, bikers, and explorers to connect with nature from anywhere in the world.

Read More »

Vitro Architectural Glass Helping Restore Aviary Wetlands | Building Enclosure

The Wetlands habitat renovation includes the addition of over 20,000 square-feet of bird-friendly glass donated by Vitro Architectural Glass.

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