About Us

Stormy Oaks Nature Conservancy is located on 14 acres of farmland in Butler County of western Pennsylvania. The Conservancy is the home of Wildbird Recovery, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and natural resources. We achieve this goal by presenting on-site and off-site educational programs, in addition to providing rehabilitation efforts for Passerines (Songbirds, Swifts, Swallows) and Raptors (Birds of Prey). Our continued efforts are supported entirely by the generosity of donations.

Our facilities are not open to the public. You can email hello@wildbirdrecovery.org to setup a tour.

Follow the directions on the page “Contact Us” for injured/orphaned Passerines (Songbirds, Swifts, Swallows) and Raptors (Birds of Prey). We are not equipped to admit mammals, waterfowl, or reptiles.

We also provide a variety of education programs. Learn more on the pages “Education Programs“, “Homeschool Program“, and “StoryTime at StormyOaks“.

Membership options are now available! Check them out on the page “Membership“.

The future of Stormy Oaks Nature Conservancy was highlighted in an incredible article in The Cranberry Eagle.

You can check it out by clicking the link – Spreading Their Wings

Check out other articles in The Cranberry Eagle by clicking on each link – Wildbird Recovery to Host Open House, Fall Migration

Stormy Oaks Shows New Aviary

Check out the Between Earth and Sky Video by Wild Excellence Films who was our keynote speaker at our 11th Annual Fall Migration Festival in September 2022! We are honored to be featured in the film. A special thank you to Wild Excellence Films and Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau!

Check out how people can use their resources to help in a recent article in The Cranberry Eagle by clicking on the link – Rehabbed Hawk Released…

Check out the 2022 interview done by Illumination Studios: Photo and Video by clicking on the link – Interview with Molly from Illumination Studios

KD Sunday Spotlight with Jessica Guay can be seen by clicking the link here: https://www.cbsnews.com/pittsburgh/news/kd-sunday-spotlight-wildbird-recovery-helping-wild-birds-fly-again/

Check out our interview with Tricia Pritchard of Armstrong’s Butler Buzz.