Windsor Hill SSSI
The site was notified as an SSSI in 1951. It is 61.8 hectares in area.
The site is featured in the Nature Conservation Review
The site is best known as one of three extant British locations for the Red Helleborine orchid, which is confined to a small section of the site; this section is managed as a nature reserve by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust, and access to this area requires a permit.
The conspicuous knoll at the north-western extremity of the site is known as Kop Hill, whilst at the southern end of the site lies Pink Hill.
The Black Hedge is a hedgerow believed to be of Saxon origin, running along the base of Kop and Windsor Hills.
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