20 Years Later, Government Issues Plan to Save Northern Spotted Owl – NYTimes.com

 

 

SEATTLE — It has been two decades since the fate of a bashful bird that most people had never seen came to symbolize the bitter divide over whether to save or saw down the ancient forests of the Pacific Northwest. Yet it was not until Thursday that the federal government offered its final plan to prevent the bird, the northern spotted owl, from going extinct.

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