Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center

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Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center[1] is an aircraft museum.[2][3] It was founded by Dr. Forrest Bird[2][4] and is located in Sagle, Idaho at 325 Bird Ranch Road, in the Idaho Panhandle. The museum features approximately 20 aircraft dating from pre-World War I to the present.

Inventions[edit]

Also housed in the facilities are exhibits of inventions. These include a Bird Respirator and a variety of inventions ranging from the Barbie doll by Ruth Handler to the Apple II primarily by Steve Wozniak.[1]

The museum attracts visitors from around the world. It offers learning programs for students and children.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Bird Museum
  2. ^ a b Museum Review
  3. ^ "Bird Aviation Museum & Invention Center". Visit Idaho. Retrieved 11 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "Bird Aviation Museum & Invention Center". Visit Sandpoint, Idaho. Retrieved 11 November 2014. 

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Coordinates: 48°13′50″N 116°23′18″W / 48.23061°N 116.3883°W / 48.23061; -116.3883