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Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania was recently awarded two National Fish and Wildlife Grants from the Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund that will help to support habitats utilized by important pollinators including Monarch Butterflies.Read More
Audubon will collaborate with five partners to protect and improve water quality in Buffalo Creek, a high-quality watershed and Important Bird Area.
On June 1, we opened the T.W. Phillips Barn, Western Pennsylvania's newest environmental education center, to the public! The barn, located at Succop Nature Park, was made possible through those who generously supported our Centennial Campaign. Thank you to all of our donors, members, friends, and volunteers!
[Image credit: Kate St. John] Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania (ASWP) was recently alerted to a potential problem for migrating birds. The University of Pittsburgh’s blue victory lights, which shine vertically from the Cathedral of Learning after a Panthers’ football or national championship win, could trap migrating birds, disrupting migration and leading to bird deaths.