The bird of contention

Casey, C.
October 1991
American Forests;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 97 Issue 9/10, p28
Examines the latest findings, rulings, and management ideas concerning the northern spotted owl. The formation of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC); Habitat Conservation Areas (HCA); Future of old-growth timber forests; More. INSET: Operation little tree, P.E. Langguth.;Fishers and martens....


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