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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.
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National Aviary Hike-A-Thon Presented by UPMC Health Plan
Hike, bike, birdwatch, or explore from wherever you are, and support the National Aviary’s work to save birds and protect their habitats!Join Today!
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
Your engraved brass plate will make the National Aviary a better place for our birds, guests, and community! Fewer than 20 remain!Learn More
Join our Donor Society with giving levels beginning at $500 with customized benefits packages and acknowledgment.Learn More
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In The News
At the National Aviary, families can enjoy friends of the feathered variety.Read More »
Hike, Bike, Explore, and Support the National Aviary Hike-A-Thon Presented by UPMC Health Plan | National Aviary News
Registration is now open for the first National Aviary Hike-A-Thon Presented by UPMC Health Plan!Read More »
Plan to spend the day at the National Aviary on April 24, when the schedule is jam-packed with Earth Day fun from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Read More »
The National Aviary in Pittsburgh welcomed its newest penguin in January. The chick is the first offspring of parents Buddy and Holly.Read More »
By supporting the National Aviary and its work, Pittsburghers never have to leave town to take part in conservation programs that are saving birds all over the world.Read More »