Pittsburgh has produced some renowned birders and ornithologists. Our hills and rivers attract a wide variety of birds, and they, in turn, inspire generation after generation to look to the skies — from John James Audubon, who painted the long-​extinct Passenger Pigeon while passing through the Gateway to the West (an old moniker for our…

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading A majestic, year-​round beauty in Pittsburgh
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