The Steyning Downland Scheme looks after over 160 acres (65 hectares) of the South Downs National Park on the Wiston Estate, near Steyning, West Sussex. Important habitats on the land include species-rich chalk downland, wet woodland, a chalk stream and ponds. These habitats support a wealth of wildlife, with (for example) 93 species of bird recorded by the end of 2018 and 35 species of butterfly recorded in a single year in 2015.

Please go to these pages to find out more about the natural history of the Steyning Downland:

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