Todd Nature Reserve, located in southeastern Butler County and situated in the Buffalo Creek Watershed, is Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania's oldest and largest nature reserve.
It is the anchor of the Buffalo Creek Valley Important Bird Area. The reserve consists of 225 acres and 6 miles of trails open to the public, as well as non-public portions used for special programs and research. Since 2000, ASWP has acquired land or easements on nearly 300 acres, buffering the historic core parcel of the reserve.
Key elements of the Centennial Campaign at Todd include:
- Creation of new Community Park adjacent near Todd Nature Reserve
- Nature Center along Butler-Freeport Community Trail
- Youth and handicap fishing access to Buffalo Creek
- Nature Play Area
- Pavilions and expanded parking for trail access
- Additional Land Acquisition