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To protect spotted owl, larger rival is targeted

By Sam Howe Verhovek
LA Times

WONDER, ORE. — To save the northern spotted owl, federal authorities have listed the bird under the Endangered Species Act, set aside 7 million acres of forest for owl habitat, and imposed stiff fines on those who harm the chocolate-colored football-sized raptors.  Read more…

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