Paget Marsh

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Paget Marsh

  • Country: 
    United Kingdom
  • Site number: 
    990
  • Area: 
    11 ha
  • Designation date: 
    11-05-1999
  • Coordinates: 
    32°16'N 64°46'W
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Overview

Paget Marsh. 11/05/99; Bermuda; 11 ha; 32°16'N 064°46'W. The largest surviving remnant of Bermuda's pre-colonial swamp forest inclusive of mangrove swamp (with Rhizophora mangle) and peat marsh forest (Juniperus bermudana and Sabal bermudana). The area is of limited importance for waterfowl, however Butoroides virescens and Gallinula chloropus occur on passage and in winter. Ramsar site no. 990. Most recent RIS information: 1999.

Administrative region: 
Bermuda Island

  • National legal designation: 
    • nature reserve
  • Last publication date: 
    11-05-1999

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