Look around.

Even under a blanket of snow, our trails are open. And if you take the time to look, you'll see signs of life--bird and animal activity. Our Pittsburgh Bald Eagles are ready for their breeding seasons, too. 

Watch Pittsburgh's Bald Eagle Cams!

Come Join Us

Want to learn more about birds? Hope to incorporate native plants into your garden? Interested in Citizen Science? Or just want to take a guided hike through our reserves? Audubon offers programs that connect people of all ages to birds and nature.

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.

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.

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Hays, Harmar Cams Streaming for 2017 - Pittsburgh Bald Eagles

Bald Eagle Webcams at Harmar, Hays Now Streaming Live - [Fox Chapel, PA, January 4, 2017] – Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania announces the 2017 launch of the Harmar and Hays Bald Eagle webcams. To view the webcams and to participate in live chats with other eagle fans, visit www.aswp.org. “Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania’s mission is to connect people to birds and nature, and over the past three years, our Bald Eagle cameras have connected millions of viewers to these impressive birds,” says Jim Bonner, Audubon’s executive director. “We look forward to what we hope will be another successful year for Pittsburgh’s Bald Eagles.”