The Biden administration announced Thursday it intends to revise or withdraw a Trump-era rule that would roll back 3.4 million acres of federally designated "critical habitat" for the northern spotted owl.
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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.
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.
The Biden administration has announced it will delay a controversial rollback of critical habitat protections for the northern spotted owl in Oregon, Washington and Northern California in order to review the findings.
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.
A federal judge has struck down another legal challenge to barred owl removal experiments along the West Coast, which aim to gauge impacts on threatened spotted owls.
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.
The Trump administration will likely decrease the threatened Northern spotted owl’s critical habitat before the end of his first term, though …
Environmentalists want to stop a 9,000-acre timber project in Southern Oregon that will allegedly allow logging in threatened spotted owl habi…
In 1990 the Northern Spotted Owl was listed as a “threatened” species under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA), resulting in the steep d…