Freshwater Marshes

The main freshwater marshes in Bermuda are Devonshire Marsh, Paget Marsh and Pembroke Marsh.  Freshwater marshes support high wildlife diversity including migratory bats who are hunting insects, barn owls, migratory songbirds, amphibians, herons, and waterfowl. They are also home to many threatened plant species.

Plants found in Peat Marshes in Bermuda include:

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