Gladys Morrell Nature Reserve

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Gladys Morrell Nature Reserve

This tranquil two acre nature reserve is named in honour of a remarkable Bermudian – Gladys Morrell, a social activist and suffragette who was named a National Hero of Bermuda in 2015. The Bermuda National Trust is steward of the reserve located on the crest of the hill above Mangrove Bay and Somerset Village, close to where Mrs. Morrell lived. You will find endemic trees such as Bermuda olivewood and Bermuda cedar, and the woodland provides a nesting area for the native eastern bluebird.

There is no admission fee. The reserve is open from sun up to sundown.. Bus Route: 7 or 8.

  • Phone: 1 441 236 6483
  • Address: East Shore Road, Somerset, Sandy's, Bermuda
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