Seeing Chimney Swifts?

Our Chimney Swift Towers are located across the region - and we need your help letting us know if birds are using them. Report your sightings (or even no sightings) on our Chimney Swift reporting page. It's nesting time, so the Swifts will be actively using chimneys and towers - and they return to their nests around sunset.

Pictured: An Audubon Chimney Swift Tower

Report Chimney Swift Activity

Upcoming events

Birds and more naturalist-led walks: Wednesday at Beechwood, Thursday at Succop, Friday at Todd. All walks begin at 9 am - and they're free!

What's new at Audubon?

Our native plant nursery is open at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve. Pick up plants that attract birds and butterflies to your backyard.

Sign up to become a Certified Backyard Habitat!

All three of the 2018 Pittsburgh eaglets have fledged their nests. The nesting season will begin again in January 2019.

We are recognized as a four-star rated charity by Charity Navigator!

Photo: David Shipper

Hike our Trails

Audubon has three reserves that are open to the public—Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve in Fox Chapel, Succop Nature Park in Butler, and Todd Nature Reserve in Sarver. Each location has its own unique characteristics but all contain miles of walking paths and the exceptional opportunity to reconnect with nature. Learn more about our reserves and plan your visit: Beechwood | Succop | Todd

Making a Difference

We’re a regional leader in conservation 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.