No Spotted Owl Snares In Northern California Timber Project

The government’s findings that a timber thinning and fuel reduction project in Northern California would not likely harm the threatened Northern spotted owl were adequate, the 9th Circuit ruled. The group Conservation Congress sued the U.S. Forest Service and...

Environmental Groups Pounce On Pennsylvania Logging

The United States Fish & Wildlife Service will make a final decision by next April about whether the northern long-eared bat deserves to be listed as an endangered species – it has already said it believes it does – and some environmentalists appear ready to use...

Owl Population At Center Of Debate Over Arizona Forest Thinning

Environmentalists are concerned that forest thinning south of Flagstaff to protect water supplies would harm three breeding pairs of Mexican spotted owls that live there. The Arizona Daily Sun reports that Mormon Mountain is being considered for restorative thinning....