2017 Benefit for the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center

On March 25, 2017: REIMAGINE, REINVIGORATE, REDISCOVER

Osprey Photo: Shane Conklin

We have reimagined the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center as a cornerstone of our conservation, science, policy, and environmental education across Long Island. Long Island's ecosystem is globally significant for the survival of migrating shorebirds and waterbirds of the Atlantic Flyway. We are currently working to make the sanctuary a state-of-the-art facility that will offer the community opportunities to enjoy the wonders of nature, learn about the importance of the Long Island ecosystem to birds of the Atlantic Flyway, engage in the protection of Long Island, and offer innovative environmental education programs for all ages.

Please join us to learn more about our vision for reviving and honoring the legacy of this inspirational center with a storied history. 

For more information, visit ny.audubon.org/TRSAC, or contact Kathryn D'Amico at (516) 922-3200, or kdamico@audubon.org