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Native Habitats for Habitat
In The Community

Native Habitats for Habitat

New Habitat for Humanity homeowners install Bird Friendly gardens with the help of Audubon.

School Programs

School Programs

400 acres of wildlife sanctuary to immerse students of all ages in nature and science

Meaningful Watershed Experiences (MWEEs) and Multi-Day Programs

Meaningful Watershed Experiences

Engage your students in science with immersive learning opportunities that combine classroom investigations and issue definitions, in-depth field experiences, student-driven action projects, reflection and sharing.

Build your Own Program

Want to Build your Own?

We can do that too! Choose from a selection of program topics to create a specialized day just for your group.

Tour, Toast & Taste
Get Involved

Join the Party

Join us at an area estate on June 8th to benefit the programs of Pickering Creek that are building bird-friendly communities.

The Gilbert Byron House

What is that little house?

Learn more about one of Pickering's historic buildings.

Nature Preschool Programs

Now Offering Preschool Programs!

Pickering Creek offers a special place for preschoolers. With short trails and a variety of habitats within the property – Pickering is a hideaway perfect for little legs and big imaginations.

Ten new acres added to Pickering Creek Audubon Center

Pickering Footprint Expands

— A generous land donation has helped expand Pickering's footprint and protected forest in the neighborhood.
Birds of Pickering Creek Audubon Center
About Us

Birds of Pickering Creek

Discover the variety of birds that call the 410 acres of Pickering Creek home.

History of Pickering Creek
About Us

The Story of Pickering

Donated in 1984 by the George Olds and Margaret Strahl Olds families, Pickering Creek's history is steeped in connecting people with nature.