Protecting. Conserving. Revitalizing.
New York City Audubon ensures the proper treatment and management of New York City's beautiful natural ecosystems. Responsible for organizing surveys, species assessments, biodiversity research, public education, and public outreach programs of New York native wildlife species, the New York City Audubon Society concerns itself with establishing strict conservation practices and connects members of the community to take action together to fortify native and migratory bird habitats as well as other wildlife.
Broadway Stages believes that conservation practices and educating on biodiversity of native bird and wildlife species in New York is critical to preserving the natural environment for years to come. That is why Broadway Stages provides necessary funds for the continued environmental programs needed to expand and establish local ecosystems. Going beyond just sponsorship, Broadway Stages has also donated our rooftop space at 520 Kingsland Avenue, now known as Kingsland Wildflowers, to be used as an interactive habitat space designated for local wildlife in partnership with New York City Audubon.
Not only a sponsor to New York City Audubon, Broadway Stages also follows similar environmental behaviors by heavily engaging in environmentally conscious efforts and programs across Brooklyn and New York City for the purpose of keeping our environment clean for local wildlife. Our environmental stewardship and conservation practices range from utilizing eco-friendly solar-powered initiatives to cleanup programs to keep garbage off Brooklyn streets. Not only do these initiatives and programs benefit the local environment, ecosystems, and wildlife, but also our fellow Brooklynites who can enjoy a cleaner living environment.