Hey there fella, I'm hoping this doesn't seem harsh it's not meant to be. Couple things stick out at me with this scene. When I picture a plane crash, I don't imagine the wings just kinda falling off the plane right next to where they were connected. It's true that there's A LOT of wood there, definitely looks like it fell in a nest, but it seems like you also gave it a pretty decent crater sort of thing as well and I don't think that really would've happened. Google image searching "plane crash" yields lots of pics, not a single crater that I can see immediately - even for planes of significantly larger size.
The way you've got it right now with the crater, the pieces being so close to the plane, and there being almost no damage whatsoever to the surrounding environment (skid trail?) - well I drew what is probably the worst image critique I've ever done because I think it illustrates what's going on in my head better than I can otherwise explain. See below:
I think you could do with some more damage in the background, not draw focus to it but just have hints of it there, some pieces or damage to the plants indicating some path of travel, maybe throw one of both of the wings farther back or just don't have them in the image at all. And that crater/wood really throws me. It'd mess up the dirt and push some things around, but I just don't think it would change the surrounding earth itself quite like that.
Now that all being said, I do think the scene looks really nice as a whole. The damage you have to the plane looks nice and convincing, I like all the stuff you've got lying around. Just think you need some better placement for them to help it be more believable!
Edit: I also want to add one thing. If the scene is SUPPOSED to be that the plane is in a nest - well then...neat! Maybe some pissed of animals are using it for shelter and ate its former passengers or something. If your intended was anything close to that, two thumbs up.