Culver Down is a chalk down to the north of Sandown, Isle of Wight.
It is believed that its name derives from "Culfre", which is Old English for dove.
The down has a typical chalk downland wildlife on the uncultivated areas. This includes plants such as Small Scabious, Harebell, Cowslip and Lady's Bedstraw. The chalk cliffs to the north and east are important nesting places for seabirds.
Historically, Culver has been the source of commercial bird's egg collecting from ropes over the cliff. It was also known for breeding peregrine falcons, as well as breeding Common Woodpigeons, the source of the cliff's name.
Address PO36 0, United Kingdom
Coordinates 50°40'25.373" N -1°8'3.65" E