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Spotted owls get a hand from Obama, but is it enough?

The Obama administration has pushed aside a weak Bush-era protection plan. But the owl is in precarious condition.
September 20, 2010
By Daniel Jack Chasan

Is the Obama administration taking a step forward, merely sideways, or — as some environmentalists hope — back to the future on the Northern Spotted Owl? On Sept. 8, the administration issued a brand new draft recovery plan for the owl.  Read more…

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