Sunshine Coast Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory (SEI)
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The Sunshine Coast Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory (SEI) identifies rare and fragile terrestrial ecosystems along the coastal lowlands from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound (including adjacent islands).
The mild climate and long growing season of the Sunshine Coast support many rare plants, animals and plant communities - including several "at risk" species. However, rapid development along the coast is resulting in the fragmentation and degradation of terrestrial ecosystems. The SEI is a "flagging" tool that identifies sensitive ecosystems and provides scientific information and support to local governments and others who are trying to maintain biodiversity
Stillwater bluffs was recognized as
hb (herbaceous) – central concept of the category, non-forested, less than 10% tree cover, generally shallow soils, often with exposed bedrock; predominantly a mix of grasses and forbs, also lichens and moss
Download the map for stillwater Here