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The Northern Spotted Owl

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Megan Curry

on 18 October 2013

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The Northern Spotted Owl
Extinction
All Effort, Does Not Prevent the Inevitable
The Northern Spotted Owl
-Territorial Animal
-Lives in tall forests with canopies
-Keystone Species
-One of few to have dark eyes
-Eats small mammals, reptiles, insects, and other small birds
http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/northern-spotted-owl-pod-best09/
These beautiful animals are on their way to extinction.
Causes:
-logging that causes habitat depletion
-barrel owls take their remaining habitat
- They are very intolerant to habitat disturbance.
Their Home
They live in the North West Pacific of the US and South of British Columbia and Canada.
http://kswild.org/what-we-do-2/biodiversity/species-profiles/nso
http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~220921~5505235:New-Official-Railroad-Map-Of-The-Un
http://fineartamerica.com/featured/a-threatened-northern-spotted-owl-joel-sartore.html
https://www.nwf.org/Wildlife/Wildlife-Library/Birds/Northern-Spotted-Owl.aspx
http://photos.oregonlive.com/oregonian/2010/06/northern_spotted_owl_marks_20_4.html
Help for these owls started in 1990.
Groups and actions to help:
-The North West Forest Plan
-Conservation for North West
-In a 5 year scientific review by United States Fish and Wildlife services
The northern spotted owl is on the endangered species list for it's 24th year, despite the efforts of groups and individuals.
Despite the warnings of different group, the federal government
still allows for 60 % of their
remaining habitat to be destroyed.
http://www.wildcalifornia.org/category/blog/biodiversity/northern-spotted-owl/
http://ens-newswire.com/2011/07/01/northern-spotted-owl-plan-places-recovery-above-timber-harvest/
http://inhabitat.com/barcoding-millions-of-trees-could-relieve-global-warming/
http://bailiffafrica.org/no-redd-in-africa-network-writes-letter-to-california-officials-opposing-the-states-redd-inclusion/
http://www.dirtyammo.com/category/environment/
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