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 four impressive Andean Condors — Bud, 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.

Purchase a Paver

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

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Pa. aviary announces new member of ‘extinct-in-the-wild’ species | PennLive

Here’s some wonderful news with regards to wildlife conservation efforts. A bird that has been considered extinct for decades has gained a fresh hatchling.

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O’Hara resident Sarah Jones calls herself a lucky duck. For her efforts, Jones, was named the Aviary’s 2023 Volunteer of the Year.

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National Aviary mourning loss of its first penguin, Stanley | WPXI

Stanley, who was named for the Stanley Cup, joined the family flock at the National Aviary in 2001 when he was two months old.

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Two Eurasian Eagle-Owl Chicks Hatch at National Aviary | National Aviary

A Eurasian Eagle-Owl, one of the largest owl species in the world, has hatched at the National Aviary.

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