2.A. Wildlife habitat should limit the location of allowed development (e.g. a setback from an eagle nest) (status quo).
2.B. Wildlife habitat should limit the amount of allowed development (height, size, scale, use, etc.).
2.C. Standards to protect wildlife habitat should vary by zoning district.
2.D. Standards should be more restrictive the more valuable the habitat is.
Direction: The presence of wildlife habitat on a property should affect the location of allowed development and the allowance for Conditional Uses. The extent of the effect should depend on how valuable the habitat is and the intent of the underlying zoning district; in some instances incentives may be more appropriate than restrictions.