- 4Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 1Number of Ecoregions
- 1%Protection Target
- N/AProtection Level
Bermuda is an island over 1000 km from the Atlantic seaboard, and as an outlying island covered with subtropical conifer forests, it is unique in the Northern America (Nearctic) realm. It consists of one single ecoregion – Bermuda Subtropical Conifer Forests (325) – and the marine areas surrounding the island. Its land area is approximately 4000 hectares.
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