This section of your plan identifies any known features of biodiversity and/or cultural heritage interest in each of the habitat types identified in your woodland.
Features may include:
Scarce plant communities (e.g. species-rich assemblages of lower plants)
Key species for biodiversity such as the six key woodland species highlighted in the Scottish Forestry Strategy and the Biodiversity Action Plan priority species of plants, invertebrates, birds and mammals.
Information may be available from previous woodland surveys.
If the key feature relates to a specific part of your woodland area, mark its location on your habitat map. In your woodland grazing plan, list the key features in column 3 of Table 3a for woodland habitat or Table 3b for open ground habitat.