Friends of Belle Isle Marsh



Recent Bird Sightings


High Tides

Boston Harbor Tides
(add 20 mins. for
Belle Isle Inlet)

February 2015

26 5:00 17:41
27 6:03 18:47
28 7:07 19:50

March 2015

1 8:07 20:46
2 8:59 21:34
3 9:45 22:15
4 10:27 22:52
5 11:05 23:27
6 11:42
7 0:02 12:18
8 0:37 13:55
9 2:12 14:34
10 2:50 15:14
11 3:30 15:58
12 4:14 16:47
13 5:04 17:41
14 5:59 18:40
15 6:59 19:41
16 8:01 20:41
17 9:01 21:39
18 10:00 22:33
19 10:55 23:25
20 11:49
21 0:15 12:41
22 1:04 13:33
23 1:54 14:25
24 2:44 15:18
25 3:36 16:13
26 4:31 17:11
27 5:30 18:13
28 6:32 19:17
29 7:35 20:18
30 8:35 21:13
31 9:29 22:00

Thanks to Bird Observer Magazine for this tide data.



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Friends of Belle Isle Marsh Annual Meeting


  The Annual Meeting of the Friends of Belle Isle Marsh will be held on Sunday, March 15th 2 - 4 PM at St. John's Episcopal Church Hall, 222 Bowdoin Street, Winthrop from 2 - 4 p.m.

Keynote speaker will be David Rimmer, Director of Land Stewardship at the Essex County Greenbelt in Essex, Massachusetts, who will talk about their Osprey conservation program.

Osprey

The Annual Meeting is free and open to the public.


The Friends of Belle Isle Marsh is an all-volunteer advocacy organization dedicated to the preservation of Belle Isle Marsh Reservation as a natural environment. Belle Isle Marsh is located in East Boston, Winthrop and Revere and is home to hundreds of species of animals, plants, birds, mammals and insects. Our mission is primarily educational. Annual membership dues are $10 for an individual, $15 for a family, and $5 for Seniors.




Contact us at:
friendsofbelleislemarsh@comcast.net




Sightings are for the last 2 weeks reported to eBird and include Belle Isle Park in Boston and Belle Isle Cemetery in Winthrop.





Coming Events

March 15 - Annual Meeting

March 21 - Cupid Splash for Save the Harbor, Revere Beach

April 25th - Spring Cleanup at Belle Isle Marsh

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