Visual access from Jubilee Road and Vesey Street

Much of Devonshire Marsh is owned by the Audubon Society and Bermuda National Trust, and includes Watlington Reserve, Winifred Gibbons Nature Reserve, Freer Cox Nature Reserve and Firefly Reserve. The western side of the marsh basin can be viewed from Jubilee Road and includes extensive wet grazing pasture, providing ideal habitat for a diversity of bird species, especially when the land floods during fall and winter. Barn Owls and bat species may be seen here at dusk in the fall months. The eastern part of the marsh is best viewed from Vesey Street, with some access possible along drainage ditches.  Egrets, herons, bitterns and teals may all be seen. Yellow-rumped warblers are common in the myrtle bushes.

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Photos courtesy of Andrew Dobson, Paul Watson, Chris Burville, Ras Mykkal, Jennifer Gray, Rosalind Wingate, Rick Slaughter and others.

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