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Nature

The Priory Bay's extensive grounds are a haven for wildlife including rare birds of prey, owls, red squirrels, honey bees, colourful dragonflies and rare orchids. The woodlands, which unusually abut the beach, make the Priory estate a unique habitat for both land and sea birds.

 

The Isle of Wight's woodland provides a safe haven for over 3,500 squirrels and many can be seen scampering around the Priory Bay Estate. Please click here for details on the Wight Squirrel Project.
 
 
Priory's extensive grounds are a haven for wildlife including rare birds of prey, owls, red squirrels, honey bees, colourful dragonflies and rare orchids. The woodlands, which unusually abut the beach, make the Priory estate a unique habitat for both land and sea birds.
 
 
The Isle of Wight's woodland provides a safe haven for over 3,500 squirrels and many can be seen scampering around the Priory Bay Estate. Please click here for details on the Wight Squirrel Project.
In addition to the Red Squirrel Project, the Priory Bay Hotel also supports the RSPCA and the Isle of Wight Bat Hospital.