Nonsuch Island

Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources, 169 South Rd., Paget

About Nonsuch Island

Located at the eastern end of Bermuda in St. George's parish, Nonsuch Island is Bermuda’s single most important Nature Reserve. This historical location is home to many of the island’s rarest and most endangered plant, animal and bird species. Nonsuch Island is also one of the earliest examples of ecological restoration to be found anywhere, where a project to restore an entire ecosystem, with all of its associated plant and animal communities in their appropriate habitats, has been underway for more than 50 years. Access to the island is strictly controlled due to the sensitivity of the habitats and endangered species, however boats may anchor offshore to snorkel around the wreck and reefs on the north side of the island.

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