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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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Celebrating 70 Years of Excellence
Join us in celebrating 70 years of working to save birds and protect their habitats.Learn More
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
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In The News
Owl-O-Ween at the National Aviary: Who-o-o’s looking for fun? This owl-themed Halloween party offers a full day of activities.Read More »
Visit the National Aviary for events like Owl-O-Ween, International African Penguin Awareness Day, and more.Read More »
At an Oktoberfest Brunch at the National Aviary, German cuisine will be prepared by Chef Josef Karst of Atria’s Specialty Catering.Read More »
It was a big day for the National Aviary's Andean Condor chick. The aviary revealed her name, and she fledged the nest for the first time.Read More »
The chick, one of only three Andean Condors to hatch in North American zoos in the last year, was named by generous friends of the National Aviary. Today, she fledged the nest for the first time.Read More »