Condor Court Pavers

Help pave a pathway to conservation! A Condor Court Paver provides an opportunity to support our mission and create a significant memory at the National Aviary

A female Andean Condor

Condor Court, home to three impressive Andean Condors — Lianni, Marijo, and Illimani — tells the story of the National Aviary’s work to save this species, which is Critically Endangered in Ecuador, and protect its habitats. Leave your mark for many years to come during the National Aviary Condor Court Paver Campaign.

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Order your paver by September 2024 for a Fall 2024 installation. 

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Pittsburgh’s National Aviary welcomes a new male Andean Condor | 90.5 WESA

The National Aviary publicly welcomed a new, male Andean Condor named Bud to Pittsburgh this week.

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Meet Bud: National Aviary announces arrival of new Andean condor | WTAE

The National Aviary announced the arrival of one of its newest residents Thursday.

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Valentine’s Day Lovebirds: National Aviary celebrates dove hatching, bird couples | Yahoo! News

This Valentine’s Day, love is in the air, right alongside the birds at the National Aviary.

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National Aviary Mourns the Loss of a Fan-Favorite Bird | Pittsburgh Magazine

The National Aviary is moving forward without one of its most popular and colorful attractions — a favorite among both staff and visitors.

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