Enjoy our trails.

Join us for free, naturalist-led Birds and More Walks: Sundays and Wednesdays at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve; Tuesdays at Buffalo Creek Nature Park; Thursdays at Succop Nature Park; and Fridays at Todd Nature Reserve. Walks begin at 9 am.

Pick up bird feeding supplies at all three of our Audubon Nature Stores. Native plants are available at the Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve store, too!

Learn more.

Check out the calendar to see all of our upcoming programs! There are also many opportunities on the calendar to volunteer at each of our properties.

Discover our eco-tours, including upcoming trips to Colombia, Panama, and Tanzania.

Apply for jobs at ASWP and read the newest ASWP Bulletin.

See our position on John James Audubon's history and our statement on racism.

Better Living Through Birding

ASWP is pleased to sponsor the Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures Series program featuring Christian Cooper on June 15 at 6 pm. 

In his talk "Better Living Through Birding," Cooper tells the story of his extraordinary life leading up to the now-infamous incident in Central Park. Equal parts memoir, travelogue, and primer on the art of birding, this is Cooper’s story of learning to claim and defend space for himself and others like him. "Better Living Through Birding" recounts Cooper’s journey through the wonderful world of birds and what they can teach us about life, if only we would look and listen.

Register for the lecture here. 

Want Native Plants?

The Native Plant Nursery is open for the season; nursery hours are every day that Audubon Nature Store at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve is open: Tuesday-Sunday from 9 am - 5 pm. Click here for a list of plants that we expect to have available. Please call (412) 963-6100 if you are looking for a specific plant. 

Get outdoors!

Visit our reserves:

Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve (Fox Chapel) - (412) 963-6100

Buffalo Creek Nature Park (Sarver) - (724) 295-3589

Succop Nature Park (Penn Township) - (724) 586-2591

Todd Nature Reserve (Sarver)

Todd Nature Reserve photo courtesy of Mark Camp

Making a Difference

We’re a regional leader in conservation, native plants, and birding projects that protect our natural world. From constructing and installing Chimney Swift towers to creating a conservation plan for the Buffalo Creek Watershed, Audubon works closely with local government and groups to bring environmental awareness to the forefront.

Learn more about: Certified Backyard Habitat | Plant a native meadow |Chimney Swifts |Fishing Line Recycling Program

Photo of Chimney Swifts: Ben Cvengros/Audubon Photography Awards