Our Wildlife Heritage
Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary
Playland Pkwy., Rye
Tel: (914) 867-8720
A 179-acre sanctuary alongLong Island Sound migratory flyway. Home to diverse marine life. In winter months, the 85-acre lake hosts more than 5,000 ducks. Recognized by Audubon New York.
Dudley St., Yonkers
Tel: (914) 968-5851
Wildlife preserve overlooks Hudson River and the Palisades. Lenoir Nature Center inside historic carriage house. Trails open daily dawn-dusk.
Rt. 1, Rye
Tel: (914) 834-4466
Woods, fields and salt marsh on 160 acres along the Long Island Sound. Free weekend tours. Open daily dawn-dusk.
Rockefeller State Park Preserve
Rt. 117, Pocantico Hills
Tel: (914) 631-1470
Rockefeller-designed carriage trails. Wetlands, woodlands, meadows, fields and lakes. Hiking/ bridle, fishing and nature trails. Visitors Center Art Gallery. Open year-round dawn-dusk.
Silver Lake Preserve
Lake St., White Plains
Tel: (914) 864-7000
Fishing, hiking and walking trails, nature study. Open daily dawn-dusk.
Teatown Lake Reservation
1600 Spring Valley Rd., Ossining
Tel: (914) 762-2912
Teatown manages a 1,000 acre preserve with 15 miles of hiking trails and offers environmental education programs to more than 20,000 children and adults each year. The Nature Center and nearby Raptor Loop Trail have birds of prey and animal displays, programs and events. Open Sunday-Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Hiking trails open daily dawn to dusk.
260 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Mount Kisco
Tel: (914) 666-8448
Eight miles of trails on 625 acres. Trail maps at entrance. Nature museum open Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Trails open dawn-dusk.
Arthur W. Butler Memorial Sanctuary
Eugene and Agnes Meyer Preserve
Henry Morgenthau Preserve
Long Pond Preserve
Marion Yarrow Preserve
Mildred E. Grierson Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary
Mount Holly Preserve
Mount Holly Sanctuary
Otter Creek Preserve