Go Native!

Did you know that native plants attract birds, butterflies, and beneficial wildlife to your backyard? We can help you to choose plants that will thrive in your landscape, too. Visit our native plant nursery at Beechwood, opening May 12!

Native plant pictured: New York Ironweed

Audubon's Native Plant Nursery Opens May 12!

Upcoming events

REGISTER TODAY FOR SUMMER CAMPS!

NATIVE PLANT NURSERY OPENING DAY: MAY 12

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

What's new at Audubon?

Watch the eagle cams - we have three eaglets in Pittsburgh!

We were recently awarded a Burke Center Grant for native plants from National Audubon!

We held road clean-ups near our reserves in Fox Chapel and Sarver. Our teams of volunteers picked up enough trash to fill over 75 bags of garbage! Thank you to everyone who helped with the effort to clean up and beautify our little part of the world!

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.