Somerset Long Bay Pond
- Country:United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
- Site number:985
- Area:1 ha
- Designation date:11-05-1999
- Coordinates:32°18'N 64°51'W
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Somerset Long Bay Pond. 11/05/99; Bermuda; 1 ha; 32°17'N 064°51'W. A former tidal swamp that was filled in as a garbage dump and then restored into a brackish to freshwater pond with mangrove islets, separated from the sea by a beach dune. It is a low-lying sandy/peaty back beach area. The site supports Red and Black Mangrove and provides habitat for the Pied-billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps) and American Coot (Fulica americana). The site is used for tourism. Ramsar site no. 985. Most recent RIS information: 1999.
- National legal designation:
- nature reserve
- Last publication date:11-05-1999