The Randall Davey Audubon Center and Sanctuary is pleased to announce the opening of a Haiku Trail.
This permanent installation showcases 24 haiku by New Mexican poets. The work is site specific: written at the Center and placed in environments from the Pollinator Garden to the Acequia Trail. The visitor’s experience is enhanced by discovering the tiny poems placed in the landscape.
green, gray, snarl, cluck, bird-
calls; morning sizzle; dazzle;
turkeys pop and scuttle ~ Darryl Lorenzo Wellington
I wander among
small continents of pale green
lichen maps on stone ~ Tina Carlson
Join us for the art opening of the Haiku Trail on Friday, May 13th at 5:30 pm at the Center, 1800 Upper Canyon Road. Please carpool as parking is limited. Light refreshments will be served in the David J. Henderson Pavilion.
Darryl Lorenzo Wellington
Jessica Ann Sanchez
Judy K Mosher