Black Woods of Rannoch: Some Trees 3
It's interesting to analyze them from the point of view of tree density: there are areas of dense plantation (even if it is pine, it's been treated as monoculture); there are parts of the forest that have been replanted following attempts to fell for timber (heathens!); and there are the most obviously natural native areas with a healthy mix of trees - not all pines, but some older granny Scots Pines every so often. It's in the deeper parts of the forest that the trees are most characterful...
In a healthy ecosystem about 40-60% of the wood is dead, decaying so its nutrients can be returned and new flora grow from the remains.
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