Maintained by the Bermuda National Trust and the Bermuda Audubon Society, this 25-acre nature reserve features stands of centuries-old cedar and palmetto—two endemic species of trees that are home to hundreds of native and migratory birds including great egrets, kingfishers and night herons. Visitors can tour on their own but must stay on the reserve’s wooden boardwalk, which winds under the reserve’s natural canopy and features signs describing the area’s mangrove forests and unspoiled marshlands. One-hour guided tours ($75) with the Bermuda National Trust are available, but must be booked well in advance.