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Scientists say feds’ spotted owl plan again falls short

The Oregonian
James Holman
August 4, 2008

The Bush administration’s latest plan for saving the northern spotted owl from extinction while allowing a boost in old growth logging was better, but still not good enough, according to three leading professional organizations of wildlife scientists.  Read more…

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