Plum island is a barrier island off the northern coast of Massachusetts, where the Parker and Merrimack Rivers flow into the Gulf of Maine. It contains a mix of summer and year-round residents, as well as a wildlife refuge and a state park.

Plum Island is split between Newburyport, Newbury, Rowley and Ipswich. The island is best known as an outstanding birding location, as it is a stop-off point on many migration paths.

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Parker River National Wildlife Refuge
Official web site of PRNWR at Plum Island in Essex County, Massachusetts. Refuge is managed for wildlife, and is known for birding, surf fishing, clamming, and great example of coastal ecosystem.
Plum Island
Directory of local business, government, services and events, with discussion board and chatroom.
Plum Island Hawk Watch
Follow a hawk's flight, review migrations from past years and check out panoramic views of the island.
Plum Island Sound Long-Term Ecological Research Site
Project overview and data, including maps, descriptive summaries, photographs, watershed and marsh information.
Plum Island, Massachusetts
General information plus list of birds spotted on the island, as well as links to local and related sites.
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