Rationale for Biological and Other Features

The rationale is the process of identifying, in outline, the most appropriate management for the various site features. The procedure comprises two distinct phases, beginning with the identification of the status of the feature and an assessment of current conservation management. We will have some confidence in current management when the feature is considered to be at Favourable Conservation Status and little confidence when it is not. The second stage considers the relationship between factors and the condition of the feature, and the implications of the factors to management.

Keywords active management, factors, favourable condition, Favourable Conservation Status, limited intervention, maintenance management, non-intervention, rationale, recovery management


Conservation Status Dead Wood Previous Assessment Maintenance Management Light Grazing 
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