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Old 07-03-2011, 05:14 PM   #1
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wise owl Barred Owl Now Considered Greatest Threat to Spotted Owl

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/01/us...pagewanted=all

"The barred owl, a bigger, more adaptable bird with a broader diet than the flying squirrels and the wood rats that spotted owls prefer, has expanded its range westward in the past century, and it is now a more common resident than spotted owls in many Northwest forests. Sometimes barred owls even kill male spotted owls and mate with females.

“The barred owl is the most imminent challenge,” said Paul Henson, the Fish and Wildlife Service’s team leader for the recovery plan. “We believe there is a very good chance of recovering the spotted owl in the long term if we can manage the barred owl issue in the short term.”"
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