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.
Learn more about the birds and plants that call our region home. This blog: The Downy Woodpecker. "In the winter, Downy Woodpeckers join with a variety of small song birds (including Black-capped Chickadees, Tufted Titmice, White-breasted Nuthatches, Kinglets, and Brown Creepers) to form mixed flocks." [Read more}
Read more about the Downy Woodpecker