You will find 16 poems from the Rye Poetry Path at Edith Read. Use the map below to explore. The sanctuary is open to foot traffic year-round from dawn to dusk.  (Visitors must have an active FRWS membership to enter by car.)

Wild Duck The Peace of Wild Things Celebrating Childhood Evening Wild Geese From Blossoms Photo of a Man on Sunset Drive: 1914, 2008 There is a bamboo grove around my house Sounds of the Resurrected Dead Man’s Footsteps #17 On a Different Day night heron maybe Ex Libris World Darkening, Then Brightening An Aspect of Love, Alive in the Ice and Fire

From Blossoms

An Aspect of Love, Alive in the Ice and Fire

Westchester County’s Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary is a 179 acre marshland and wooded sanctuary on the Long Island Sound along a key migratory flyway with hiking trails, a half-mile beach, a nature center and pollinator garden, a bamboo grove, salt marsh wetland, summer camps, and 85 acre Manursing Lake.   The sanctuary was established in 1985 and has been recognized by the National Audubon Society of New York as an Important Bird Area due to its significant habitats and flyway.