Tag:natural=heath

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Description
A dwarf-shrub habitat, characterised by open, low growing woody vegetation, often dominated by plants of the Ericaceae.
Used on these elements
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Wikidata
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Status: In use

Description

A heath or heathland is a dwarf-shrub habitat, characterized by open, low growing woody vegetation, often dominated by plants of the Ericaceae (Heather). Wikipedia-16px.png Heath_(habitat) on Wikipedia

Heaths are widespread worldwide but are fast disappearing and considered a rare habitat in Europe.

Caution
natural=heath has been incorrectly set on parks which happen to be named "Something Heath" (e.g., "Hampstead Heath"; quite common in England). A park should be tagged leisure=park even if it has "heath" in the name. Only if it is genuinely a heath fitting the description above (and not primarily regarded as a normal public park) then use this tag.

Rendering

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See also