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Alverstone Hide Walkway

The hide at Alverstone Mead is one of the best places on the Island to see wetland birds and red squirrels. Looked after by Wight Nature Fund volunteers the hide is incredibly well used which is why we were delighted to be able to support the group with the cost of rebuilding the 50m long raised timber walkway which provides access to the hide.