Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is proud to be a partner in the Audubon Chapter Network’s Plants for Birds Initiative. The collaborative has a goal to plant one million native plants to create habitat for wildlife.
We hope you'll take the time to visit the Plants for Birds website. There, you'll learn how even a small change can lead to a big difference in the lives of birds and other wildlife.
Did you know that we have our own native plant nursery? It's located at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve and is open from late Spring through the beginning of fall. Our volunteers and staff are always willing to help you make native plant selections. You may purchase plants any time Audubon Nature store is open (Tues-Sat 9-5; Sunday 1-5) and ACNP volunteers are usually working at the center on Tuesdays in season if you have specific questions.
If you're ready to make a difference right now, ASWP’s Backyard Habitat Program is designed to connect residents with straightforward but significant ways to support biodiversity and improve our local environment. Interested in creating a Backyard Habitat? Audubon is here to help you along the way. Once you enroll in the program, Audubon staff will visit your yard to help you determine the best ways to create your Backyard Habitat. Contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (412) 963-6100 to learn more.