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Nine conservation groups are suing to reinstate "critical habitat" for the threatened species across nearly 3.5 million acres of old-growth forests in Oregon, Washington and Northern California, after the Trump administration previously rolled back the designation in January. 

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The American Forest Resource Council, a timber industry group, along with counties in Oregon, Washington and California, are challenging the Biden administration's decision to delay removing millions of acres of critical habitat for the threatened species.

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A group of eight Western lawmakers is calling for a federal review of the Trump administration's decision to reduce critical habitat protections for the northern spotted owl in Oregon, Washington and Northern California. 

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The federal government has removed 17 times more land from the threatened spotted owl’s “critical habitat” than it had originally proposed, likely provoking a court challenge.