- Country:United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
- Site number:986
- Area:2 ha
- Designation date:11-05-1999
- Coordinates:32°16'N 64°48'W
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Warwick Pond. 11/05/99; Bermuda; 2 ha; 32°16'N 064°48'W. Bermuda's largest freshwater pond with mudflats at the north end and a broad fringing marsh. Good example of natural small island wetland. Important for the only freshwater adapted population of endemic Killifish (Fundulus bermudae). The most important mudflat for passage shorebirds (16 species including Charadrius semipalmatus and Tringa melanoleuca) on Bermuda. Ramsar site no. 986. Most recent RIS information: 1999.
- National legal designation:
- nature reserve
- Last publication date:11-05-1999