Explore this tranquil two-acre nature reserve to see Bermuda how it looked centuries ago, when the first settlers arrived. Owned and managed by the Bermuda National Trust, the Gladys Morrell Nature Reserve sits on the crest of a hill rising from Mangrove Bay Village in the West End. Walk around the reserve to spot a variety of endemic trees, including olivewood and cedar. The reserve is also a natural nesting area for Bermuda bluebirds. It was named for Gladys Carlyon deCourcy Morrell, a leader of the Bermuda Woman Suffrage Society who helped secure voting rights for Bermudian women in 1944.