Warm Up in a Tropical Paradise This Winter at the National Aviary
A visit to the National Aviary offers the chance to get close to birds in natural settings as they fly, waddle, wade, and walk just feet away.
This winter, you don’t need to travel far to experience the warmth of the tropics. A Tropical Paradise awaits on Pittsburgh’s Northside at the National Aviary, where you can warm up in lush, sunlit habitats. In immersive habitats like the Tropical Rainforest, vibrant birds like Hyacinth Macaws and Victoria Crowned Pigeons provide a splash of color to brighten up a gray winter day.
A visit to the National Aviary offers the chance to get close to birds in natural settings as they fly, waddle, wade, and walk just feet away. More than 500 birds representing 150 different species call the National Aviary home, and in settings like the Tropical Rainforest and the Wetlands, you might see them courting, building nests, foraging, and raising young. Exciting daily programs like Meet a Tropical Friend, the Tropical Rainforest Feeding, and Tropical Bat Hangout give you the chance to learn about the unique adaptations that help species thrive in the tropics, and the importance of conserving tropical habitats around the world.
To learn even more and get closer to incredible animals like Linnaeus’s Two-toed Sloths, African Penguins, and Eurasian Eagle-Owls, book an Animal Encounter. During these small group experiences, a National Aviary expert will introduce you to an animal ambassador up close, learn all about the individual animal, the role its species plays in the ecosystem, and what you can do to help protect animals and their habitats.
By visiting the National Aviary and booking an Animal Encounter, you are helping to support the exceptional care provided for the more than 500 birds and mammals that call the Aviary home. Many of the species at the National Aviary are endangered in the wild. Your visit also supports the National Aviary’s work to save birds and protect their habitats, and makes vital conservation and field research at home and around the world possible.
Learn more about the National Aviary’s enhanced safety protocols and plan your next visit at aviary.org.
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