Wight Conservation - Introduction

Wight Conservation is the largest privately owned estate on the Isle of Wight which is dedicated to farming in the best interests of wildlife.  It owns, or rents 2027 acres, 2.2% of the Isle of Wight’s land mass. The principal farm is at Wroxall, near Ventnor, but there are important conservation sites at Mottistone, Brighstone, Shorwell and Havenstreet. Few areas can match its diversity of important wildlife habitats and species.

Wight Conservation is important for:

We invite you to browse through these pages and share our conservation experience. Nature gives us so much to marvel at. We particularly refer you to the photo galleries which largely concentrate on portraying the estate's work throughout the seasons. The galleries will be frequently updated.
Michael Poland - 2005
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photo by Ian Davidson-Watts