Paget Marsh is the least disturbed of Bermuda’s original peat marshes. Totalling over 20 acres, it is jointly owned by Audubon and the Bermuda National Trust.  A boardwalk with an interpretive trail makes this an easily accessible reserve for visitors. The small ponds should be approached slowly to check for roosting herons and bitterns. It is one of the best places to see Sora as well as the regular American Coot and Common Gallinule. The boardwalk leads through a variety of habitats including red mangrove and original Bermuda Cedar/Palmetto ‘hammock’ forest.


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