Visitors can learn about the fascinating and dreamy world of the forest at Pittsburgh’s National Aviary. Also, the popular forest season theme returns.
Although forests occupy only 30% of the earth’s land area, about 80% of all land animals, including birds, live in forests, which are essential to the health of the planet and humans. The Forest Seasons theme highlights the diversity of forest habitats found around the world and the actions that can be taken to protect them and protect their winged inhabitants.
Visitors can wander through lush green habitats, incorporate tree-like décor, explore the bird world in interactive playgrounds, and build nests from materials birds find in the forest during the program. You can learn about unique ways to make them.
Forest opened last Wednesday and will continue until January 2nd.
This weekend is your last chance to make a splash in World of Oceans, National Aviary’s exciting summer season. One of his programs that will be remembered well into the summer is Wonderful His Waterbirds, an interactive experience in which flamingos and pelicans stride close to visitors at the Helen M. Schmidt Flight Zone Theater. Opportunities to see these fascinating birds up close will continue through the end of the year.