Todd Nature Reserve

Kepple Road
Sarver, PA 16055 [ map ] [ website ]
Phone: 412-963-6100


The Audubon Society Of Western Pennsylvania's (ASWP) Todd Nature Reserve is a 176 acre nature reserve located in in the Buffalo Creek drainage of rural Butler County.

Visitors often 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.

In 1942, W.E. Clyde Todd, noted ornithologist and Curator of Birds at Carnegie Museum Of Natural History, donated to ASWP the first parcel of land that was to become Todd Sanctuary, now known as Todd Nature Reserve. It is a significant natural resource in Pennsylvania. The reserve is part of Pennsylvania Audubon's Buffalo Valley Important Bird Area program, as well as the Buffalo Creek Watershed Conservation Plan.

Hours of operation

Varies; call for information.


Free, on-site parking is available.

In partnership with Pittsburgh A&E Group