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Scientists call spotted owl recovery plan incomplete

E&E Publishing
Thursday, December 23, 2010
By Eryn Gable, special to E&E

Spotted owl experts say the Obama administration’s latest draft recovery plan for the embattled Pacific Northwest raptor contains substantial flaws, including provisions to extensively log owl habitat to reduce fire risks — an approach they say is not backed by science and could reduce the owl’s chances of recovery.  Read more…

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