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By adamg on Mon, 04/20/2020 - 12:37pm
Roving UHub photographer Mary Ellen went up to Belle Isle Marsh on the East Boston/Winthrop line yesterday and reports the marsh was just full of all sorts of birds returning to the area for the summer, including a frazzled looking snowy egret.
Also, a fearless red-winged blackbird took after an osprey:
All that raptor chasing is hard work:
Sometimes birds not of a feather flock together, in this case, a couple of great blue herons and a glossy ibis:
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Right in our own backyards!
After a wild night on the sand bar
He has no egrets.
Billy Idol called
He wants his hairstyle back.
And amazing birds. Thanks Mary Ellen. The Belle Isle Marsh is a treasure that must be preserved.
I've never been to the other side of the Harbor
Can you get there on the T?
The Belle Isle marsh is not too far from the Suffolk Downs stop.
It really is a semi-hidden gem, especially if you're interested in birds.
Revere Beach. I walked around the prison camp in the middle.
Not the other side though.
Frazzled looking snowy egret
Is waiting patiently for barber shops to open.
Frazzled Looking Snowy Egret
Frazzled looking snowy egret is waiting patiently for barber shops to open.