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The National Aviary’s mission is to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds. From the highest standards of care for our birds, to field conservation work across the globe, to local and international education programs, we are dedicated to saving birds and protect their habitats. You make this important work possible.
Your gift, of any amount, directly supports our mission and safeguards our future.Donate
Nature As Art
For every sale, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the National Aviary!Learn More!
Support the care of our birds through secure, monthly gifts that you control. Plus, gain access to a virtual member library, exclusive discounts and more!Learn More
You can symbolically adopt a penguin, owl, sloth, flamingo and more.Learn More
Join our Donor Society with giving levels beginning at $500 with customized benefits packages and acknowledgment.Learn More
National Aviary Commemoratives
Celebrate important occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, retirements, and memorials by joining the new National Aviary Commemoratives program!Learn More!
If a bird at the National Aviary just calls to you, the Name-A-Bird program is for you!Name-A-Bird
Find the perfect fit for your organization’s corporate philanthropy initiatives with the National Aviary.Learn More
More Ways To Give
There are many ways to support the National Aviary. Find the one that's just right for you.Learn More
In The News
The National Aviary summer camps are superhero-themed and focus on the amazing adaptations that birds possess.Read More »
Wear your finest pink attire for the return of Flamingo Fest.Read More »
On one particular occasion, the National Aviary was able to pull off a grand proposal that included penguins playing as the true love masterminds behind it all.Read More »
Explore the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, a family-friendly destination that’s home to countless birds and a few mammals – from penguins and bald eagles to sloths.Read More »
How Are Visitors — And Birds — Reacting To The National Aviary’s New Wetlands? | Pittsburgh Magazine
Four months after the National Aviary opened its $3 million renovated Wetlands exhibit, the space is getting high marks — not only from visitors, but also from the birds.Read More »