The National Aviary is celebrating a new addition. A baby Eurasian Eagle Owl has hatched. It is the first of its kind to be born at the Aviary.
A runaway rhea has been causing quite a stir in the Beaver County town of North Sewickley.
There is more than a hip and hop to meet the Easter Bunny, as the events are arranged in both educational and historical venues that highlight the culture of the Pittsburgh region. Get your cameras and baskets ready for egg hunts and visits with the all the Easter friends. Hop on the bunny trail to take a tour, make crafts, win prizes and interact with birds and animals. Interactive exhibits and displays make for a memorable Easter experience for the entire family.
The Pittsburgh region abounds with cultural, educational and sports activities. Check out these amazing summer camps and workshops that provide a positive learning experience.
There probably isn’t a more perfect spot in town to admire the beauty of spring than Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
How do you get good at something you have never done before? Practice, of course. The same goes for birds. KDKA is helping the National Aviary prepare some of its feathered friends for upcoming appearances on national television.
Rather than let the kids spend another snow day sitting inside playing video games or risking frostbite on their sleds, why not take advantage of some of Pittsburgh’s cultural offerings!
Video on the big screen features a bright red bird, matching the words to “Ruby the Red Winged Macaw.” It’s one of many parodies written by the National Aviary staff to go with their Holiday “Wings” show.
Going to a home Pittsburgh Steelers game for the first time is like a rite of passage that most die-hard Steeler fans count as one of their favorite memories. So, it’s only right to share that experience with the ones you love. If you’ve got out-of-town guests coming into Pittsburgh for a Steelers game, here’s a
guide to show them exactly what Pittsburgh is all about.