Todd Nature Reserve, a division of the Audubon Society of Western PA, is a significant natural resource in Pennsylvania. It is part of Pennsylvania Audubon's Buffalo Valley Important Bird Area program, as well as the Buffalo Creek Watershed Conservation Plan. Explore Todd Nature Reserve's 5 miles of hiking trails, abundant with the natural beauty of the forest, streams and a pond. The rugged landscape and rustic trails provide a welcome retreat from the highly manicured suburban world. Our management philosophy promotes education, nature study and passive recreation at Todd Nature Reserve while protecting its natural areas by minimizing development.
Facility Amenities: Free Admission
General Information: Dates Closed: Deer hunting season., Hours: dawn - dusk daily