The Return of the Spotted Owl Wars
By Brandon Keim
June 27, 2007
Two decades ago, the northern spotted owl, a rare winged denizen of old growth forests in the Pacific Northwest, was the center of a vicious — and sometimes violent — battle between loggers and environmentalists. With owl populations in steady decline, that battle could start again. Read more…
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