Donor Society

The Donor Society was created for people like you who want to experience the beauty of birds, learn about their importance in the circle of life, and possess an abiding fascination with wildlife and the natural world. You also recognize the National Aviary’s uniqueness among cultural amenities and our value to the community, and for all of these reasons want to become more personally involved with us.

As a Donor Society member, you can opt to receive all of the features of a traditional National Aviary membership. In addition, your higher level of financial commitment entitles you to greater access to our birds and staff and preferred-member benefits. You may also opt to forgo these benefits to retain the full tax deductibility of your gift. 

Donor Society Levels include:

  • Scarlet Macaw – starts at $500
  • Snowy Owl – starts at $1,000
  • Martial Eagle – starts at $2,500
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