|The 'Gazebo' hide at the West Midland Bird Club's Belvide Reservoir reserve|
|Lake type||Canal reservoir|
|Basin countries||United Kingdom|
|Managing agency||British Waterways|
Belvide Reservoir is a reservoir in South Staffordshire, England. Owned by British Waterways, it was constructed c. 1833 to feed the Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal, which is now the Shropshire Union Canal. The Thomas Telford round gear house is a Grade II* listed building.
This reservoir has been visited by many scarce and rare migrant birds, including White-winged Black Tern (1970, 1974, 1992, 1999), Whiskered Tern (1969), Caspian Tern (1968, 1992), Spotted Crake and Spotted Sandpiper (1982).