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Plan would reduce land deemed “critical habitat” for spotted owl

By Seattle Times staff and news services
The Seattle Times

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed to remove the “critical habitat” designation from 1.5 million acres of Northwest forests now protected for the northern spotted owl, an action that could ease logging restrictions on those lands.  Read more…

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