Date: 9/3/17 3:23 pm From: Sebastian Jones <sebastianojones...> Subject: [MASSBIRD] Red-necked Phalarope, Belle Isle Marsh
Hi Massbirders,A juvenile Red-necked Phalarope found earlier today by Marshall Iliff was present as of 6pm at "The Key" section of Belle Isle Marsh in Revere. For those unfamiliar, here's Soheil Zendeh's instructions on how to get there/where to park: "The Key (named because of what it looks like from the air) is a squarish impoundment with a couple of openings to tidal waters of Short Beach Creek, a branch of Belle Isle Creek. You can reach The Key by heading southwest on Summer Street, Beachmont (Revere). Park close to the dead-end but be sure not to block any driveways. There are a couple of small side streets with plenty of parking, if need be.
At the end of Summer Street there is a metal gate and then a path over a mini-causeway leading to the square impoundment." Sebastian JonesJamaica Plain, MA Sent from my mobile.