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St. Ouen's Pond is the biggest area of naturally occurring water and reed bed in Jersey at 300m by 200m. It's partly open to the public but people are asked not to pick plants or disturb the area.

St. Ouen's Pond is one of only two places in the island where the Jersey Orchid is found.

It’s a very important wetland for wildlife. Some of the bird species that can be seen there are Warblers, Buntings, Lapwings and birds of prey.

The site is owned and managed by the National Trust for Jersey and is a popular place for people to visit.

St Ouens Pond Is stocked with carp to over 20lb, roach, rudd, eels and the pond has 600 years of natural fish breeding

This water is in a national trust bird sanctuary and is open to members only. Strict rules apply, please see rule book.