Recovery plan for spotted owl

From Times Wire Reports

The Bush administration released a final recovery plan for the northern spotted owl that officials say could lead to recovery of the threatened bird in 30 years. The plan, released in Portland, identifies the primary threats as habitat loss due to logging and catastrophic wildfires. Conservation groups called the plan flawed and said it fails to restrict old-growth logging enough to ensure recovery.

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