spotted owl

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a large owl of North America found in forests from British Columbia to central Mexico

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The researchers further found no statistically significant genetic differences between the northern and Mexican spotted owls .
Special construction requirements were developed to minimize repercussions on threatened species, including the Mexican spotted owl, desert tortoise, lesser long-nosed bat, and long-tongued bat.
The Mexican spotted owl was listed as threatened in 1993 due to the historical alteration of its habitat and the danger of catastrophic wildfire.
It applies to Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico, where most of the United States' roughly 2,000 Mexican spotted owl pairs reside.
Since I like stacked decks, my additional interest was in yet another forest visitor, recently found foraging here--the Mexican spotted owl, freshly listed as an Endangered Species.
Critical Habitat for the Mexican Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) A July 21 proposal would designate nearly 13.
Specifically, residents near the release site in Kane County blame the decline of the timber industry in southern Utah and northern Arizona on federal rules protecting the Mexican spotted owl and the northern goshawk, he said.
The recovery plan for the threatened Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) was published in 1995.
He blamed the decline of the logging industry in southern Utah and northern Arizona on federal rules protecting the Mexican spotted owl and northern goshawk, and does not want another rare bird adding to the problems.
Habitat management for the threatened Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) will also promote conservation of Goodding's onion in areas where these species overlap.
Today, trained Apache youth work as field technicians to find Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) locations, not to trick or steal from Owl, but to learn about his home and protect his habitat.
Mexican Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) When the recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl was released in December 1995, the recovery team recommended formation of interagency and interdisciplinary "Recovery Implementation Working Teams" to oversee the plan's implementation.
Along with Barn owls, Northern Spotted Owls, Mexican Spotted Owls and Snowy Owls are also currently listed as endangered.