Birch Islands, Maine

Lower Birch Island and Upper Birch Island
USGS map excerpt. Ripley Neck is to the west.
Location Addison, Maine

44°31′53″N 67°45′44″W / 44.5314°N 67.7621°W / 44.5314; -67.7621Coordinates: 44°31′53″N 67°45′44″W / 44.5314°N 67.7621°W / 44.5314; -67.7621


The Birch Islands' are two islands in Pleasant Bay, Washington County, Maine, United States. The islands, Upper Birch and Lower Birch, are connected at low tide.[1]

The islands are privately owned, with only one residence. They are part of the Town of Addison. [2]

See also


External links

  • Boat Maine USA

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