Audubon New York 2019 Keesee Award Luncheon

Join us for our biggest annual celebration of conservation in New York.

Centerpiece at the 2018 Keesee Luncheon. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon

Audubon New York cordially invites you to the 2019 Keesee Award Luncheon

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Metropolitan Club
1 East 60th Street
New York City

11:30 a.m. Reception
12:15 p.m. Luncheon and Awards

Jacket & tie required for gentlemen. 

You can share in the celebration and help us protect birds and the places they need.

Checks payable to:
Audubon New York

Mail to:
Audubon Events
225 Varick Street, Fl 7
New York, NY 10014

For more information, please contact:
Marisa Rader
212-979-3027
mrader@audubon.org
Online ticket registration link coming soon.

2019 THOMAS W. KEESEE, JR. CONSERVATION AWARD HONOREE

COMING SOON...
 

AUDUBON NEW YORK AWARD FOR ENVIRONMENTAL WRITING

David Quammen is an author and journalist who lives in Montana and travels widely for research, often to jungles and deserts and swamps.  His sixteen books include The Song of the Dodo (1996), Spillover (2012), and Yellowstone: A Journey through America’s Wild Heart (2016).  His latest book, The Tangled Tree, describes a radical new view of life’s history on Earth, arisen in recent decades within a field called molecular phylogenetics.  Quammen writes regularly for National Geographic, and his essays, features, and reviews have appeared also in Harper’s, The Atlantic, Audubon, Rolling Stone, The New York Review of Books, and Outside, among other magazines.  He’s a three-time winner of the National Magazine Award, and has received several awards for his books.  He shares a home in Bozeman, Montana, with his wife, Betsy Gaines Quammen, an environmental historian, a continuing parade of orphan dogs and cats, and a ball python named Boots.

Click here for desciptions of each of these prestigious awards and the listing of past honorees.

Funds raised through the Luncheon support Audubon New York's statewide programs including science-based conservation to protect New York's more than 100 Important Bird Areas, environmental education for 250,000 young people and adults through eight Audubon Centers and Sanctuaries, and grassroots advocacy partnership with 27 local chapters. All of this is made possible through the generous support of the many individuals, corporations, and foundations that have supported the Luncheon since its inception in 2001.

The Thomas Keesee, Jr. Conservation Award & the Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing
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The Thomas Keesee, Jr. Conservation Award & the Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing

An overview of the Keesee Award and the Writing Award given annual at at Audubon New York's Keesee Luncheon.

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Audubon New York Honors Laura O’Donohue and John McPhee
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Audubon New York Honors Laura O’Donohue and John McPhee

Conservationists are honored at the annual Keesee Award Luncheon in New York City on November 7.

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Photos from the 2018 Keesee Award Luncheon

Diane Lewis, David Yarnold, Lucy Waletzky, Laura O'Donohue. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon
Honorees Laura O'Donohue and John McPhee. Photo: Sunny Norton/Guest of a Guest
Laura O'Donohue and Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon
Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon
Ana Paula Tavares, Executive Director of Audubon New York Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon
Members of the Keesee family. Photo: Sunny Norton/Guest of a Guest

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