‘Isle of Wight’

The sun sets over the countryside as St Mary’s church in Brading is seen poking out from the trees in Brading, Isle of Wight. 27th January 2022. Over 50% of the Isle of Wight is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It also holds the title of a UNESCO Biosphere, which recognises its conservation and environmental efforts. The Isle of Wight is subsequently home to a number of rare animals, such as the white-tailed eagle, the red squirrel and the beaver. All these animals hold an important part in the animal kingdom, for example the beaver is a keystone animal and the white-tailed eagle is an apex predator; both help restore balance to the biodiversity of the land, making the Isle of Wight a haven.

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