Warwick Pond Educational Nature Trail

The Trust has recently placed interpretive signs that allow self-guided tours at Warwick Pond Nature Reserve. The Reserve, established in 1987 through the generosity of Dennis Sherwin, provides bird lovers with opportunities to see both resident and migratory species. Now, with the aid of interpretive signs, members of the public are also able to more fully appreciate the different habitats (pond, marsh, forest) and the accompanying flora and fauna including Bermuda’s unique cedar, palmetto (and the difference between it and the invasive Chinese fan palm) and killifish.

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