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U.S. weighs reducing spotted owl habitat

By Jeff Barnard
Houston Chronicle

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Bush administration Tuesday proposed cutting 1.5 million acres from Northwest forests considered critical to the survival of the northern spotted owl, reopening the 1990s battle between timber production and wildlife habitat on public lands.  Read more…

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