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New owl plan could lock up more forests

February 14, 2011
The Daily Courier
By Jeff Barnard AP Environmental Writer

More than 20 years of logging cutbacks on national forests across the Northwest have yet to show much benefit for the northern spotted owl, leading to what many believe will be a double-barreled effort that includes locking up more acreage and purging thousands of a newcomer to the threatened species’ survival. 

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