A bright red male Scarlet Tanager perched on a branch, surrounded by leaves, beak open as it sings.
A bright red male Scarlet Tanager perched on a branch, surrounded by leaves, beak open as it sings.
Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary

Bossa Nova and Birds Spring Benefit

Join us on Sunday, June 2 to support and celebrate the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary!
Scarlet Tanager. Photo: Travis Bonovsky/Audubon Photography Awards
Scarlet Tanager. Photo: Travis Bonovsky/Audubon Photography Awards
Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary

Bossa Nova and Birds Spring Benefit

Join us on Sunday, June 2 to support and celebrate the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary!

Please join us for a vibrant, fun evening under the stars in our Sanctuary gardens as we celebrate the hemispheric voyage of birds! Most vulnerable bird species found in the U.S. spend most of their lives in Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean, which have some of the world's most biodiverse landscapes and seascapes. Learn about how Audubon is connecting local bird conservation work through the Audubon Americas program.

Our evening flight plan includes classics of Brazilian music such as Bossa Nova, Samba and Choro played by the amazing C├ęsar Garabini and Olli Soikkeli duo, featured in such venues such as the Jazz at Lincoln Center amongst others. Enjoy tasty, themed bites by Sterling Affair catering and wonderful silent auction items, a blind wine pull, blind gift card pull, and more. It will be a night to remember!

Bossa Nova and Birds
2024 Spring Benefit

Sunday, June 2, 2024 from 5:00 – 7:30 PM

Purchase your tickets online!

Proceeds from this event support the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center's conservation, outreach, and education work.

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Supporter Levels

As a supporter of our event, you'll receieve special recognition at the event and in event materials.

  • Great Horned Owl Supporter — $10,000
  • Wood Thrush Supporter — $5,000
  • Cedar Waxwing Supporter — $2,500
  • Osprey Level — $1,500
  • Piping Plover Level — $600
  • American Oystercatcher Level — $195

For more information, contact Kathryn D'Amico by email at kathryn.damico@audubon.org or by phone at (516) 922-3200.

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