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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.
Over the next few months, baby birds may be found outside of their nests. Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania recommends these tips to help the birds stay with their parents. Photo: Kathy's Kritters.
ASWP announces that it has received a National Audubon Society Coleman and Susan Burke Center for Native Plants award to support its native plant initiatives. ASWP's native plant nursery opens May 12, 2018.