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.

Don't forget to stop into our nature stores for bird watching supplies!


Click here to order select native plants online. Order from May 18-28 for pickup June 1 and 2 at Succop Nature Park or Buffalo Creek Nature Park.




Explore nature.

Register today for Summer Camps!

We have programs for all ages that  connect people to nature. You can even volunteer with us! We're looking for volunteers in our nature stores as well as volunteers to help us plant trees and remove invasive plants from our reserves? Want to help? Give us a call at (412) 963-6100.



Learn more.

Check out the calendar to see all of our upcoming programs. 

The Native Plant Nursery is open for the season! Please call (412) 963-6100 or click here to confirm species availability. 

Discover our upcoming Eco-Tours.

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.



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)​

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 | DIY Spotted Lanternfly Trap