In May, the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team (PAART) will be holding two fundraisers to help raise money for more lifesaving missions.
“As one of the National Aviary’s largest free-flight spaces, the Tropical Rainforest is a visitor favorite,” said National Aviary Executive Director Cheryl Tracy.
If you have a feline family member, you’ve probably experienced the many benefits that come from having a loving bond with your kitty companion.
In early March, Hope, a female Peregrine falcon, laid her first egg of the season at the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning nesting site in Oakland.
Volunteer Appreciation Week is April 15-21 and at Animal Friends, we’ll be celebrating the volunteers who lend their time and talents to help the animals all year long.
Show highlights the fragile beauty of the rainforest and its inhabitants, includes first-ever appearances by bird species new to National Aviary shows
As a pet owner, it’s likely that you use extra caution with certain chemicals and toxins in your home that can be harmful to your four-legged family members.
Little pink noses. Long fuzzy ears. Tiny puffy tails. There’s no denying that bunnies are adorable. But is a rabbit the right pet for your home?
In early January, the National Aviary introduced a pair of African Penguin siblings to the public.
The hallmark of Animal Friends’ Howard Ash Animal Wellness Center is to provide affordable wellness services to financially struggling pet owners.