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  • Canary in the old growth

    Canary in the old growth

    Public-land managers grapple with using indicator species to monitor the health of troubled ecosystems.

  • The company we keep

    In the Pacific Northwest, where barred owls are competing with northern spotted owls, conservationists wonder what to do when a native species becomes an invasive species.

  • Hostile takeover

    In the Pacific Northwest, scientists reluctantly consider killing barred owls to save increasingly threatened northern spotted owls.

  • When is a barred owl a red herring?

    Pepper Trail says shooting barred owls is not going to help the northern spotted owl.

  • The latest: Northern spotted owl

    The latest: Northern spotted owl

    According to scientific reviewers, Obama's new draft for managing the northern spotted owl is better than Bush's plan but still flawed.

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