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Assessment of the BLM exemption request for sales ruled to jeopardize the northern spotted owl

Brian J. Greber

Assessment of the BLM exemption request for sales ruled to jeopardize the northern spotted owl

including a statement of conclusions by Tom Walsh, Oregon representative on the endangered species committee

by Brian J. Greber

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Published by Forest Research Laboratory, College of Forestry, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States.,
  • United States. -- Bureau of Land Management.,
  • Spotted owl -- Oregon -- Effect of habitat modification on.,
  • Habitat conservation -- Economic aspects -- Oregon.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Economic aspects -- Oregon.,
  • Forest management -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBrian J. Greber.
    SeriesPapers in forest policy -- 2
    ContributionsOregon State University. College of Forestry., Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD566.O7 G788 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18620174M

    The northern spotted owl (hereafter, spotted owl) was Federally listed as a threatened species on J (55 FR ). The current range of the spotted owl extends from southwest British Columbia through the Cascade Mountains, coastal ranges, and intervening forested lands in Washington, Oregon, and California, as far south as Marin County. After a Center lawsuit, that critical habitat area was increased to million acres. We also took the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to court over an Oregon Department of Forestry logging plan in the Elliott State Forest, an area that provides crucial habitat for the northern spotted owl .

    In their assessment of the northern spotted owl conservation program under the Northwest Forest Plan, Noon and Blakesley () discuss the pervasive uncertainty that still surrounds this. TRAVELS WITH STRIX: THE SPOTTED OWL'S JOURNEY THROUGH THE FEDERAL COURTS Victor M. Sher* INTRODUCTION The courtroom journeys of the northern spotted owl (strix oc-cidentalis caurina) have both a text and a subtext. The text concerns what the parties have alleged and what the courts have decided in a series of.

    A federal court judge in Washington, D.C., has ruled the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must revise a Bush administration recovery plan for the northern spotted owl.   Specious Endangerment: Obama Awards Spotted Owls Million Acres Friday gift is the Northern Spotted Owl, the raptor that has enraptured environmental activists .


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Assessment of the BLM exemption request for sales ruled to jeopardize the northern spotted owl by Brian J. Greber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessment of the BLM exemption request for sales ruled to jeopardize the northern spotted owl. [Corvallis, Or.]: Forest Research Laboratory, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, [].

Greber, B.J. Assessment of the BLM Exemption Request for Sales Ruled to Jeopardize the Northern Spotted Owl, Including a Statement of Conclusions by Tom Walsh, Oregon Representative on the Endangered Species Committee.

Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis. Papers In Forest Polley 2. 24 p. Academic Affiliation.

for the northern spotted owl is habitat that is either currently suitable or that can become suitable in the future, as trees mature.

Dispersal or Dispersal-only habitat (northern spotted owl) is a subcategory of all dispersal habitat for northern spotted owls. Zabel et al. () developed a model of owl habitat for northern California.

Medford BLM FY Fall NLAA Biological Assessment of Effects to the Northern Spotted Owl (Cite as July NLAA BA) the Service to ensure their actions will not jeopardize the continued existence of any listed Documented spotted owl sites are tracked in the BLM northern spotted owl database.

A spotted owl site may include one or more. Northern Spotted Owl Species Description The northern spotted owl is a medium-sized owl and the largest of the three subspecies of spotted owls currently recognized by the American Ornithologists’ Union (Gutiérrez et al.

The other two subspecies are the California spotted owl (S. occidentalis) and the Mexican spotted. The northern spotted owl was originally listed as threatened under the ESA because of loss of its older forest habitat and a declining population, 55 Fed.

Reg. (J ). More recently, competition with barred owls (Strix varia) has emerged as a substantial additional threat to spotted owl conservation (USFWS, a). is named. The Northern Spotted Owl has large, round facial discs with dark outer rims, dark brown eyes and a yellowish-green bill.

In British Columbia, the Northern Spotted Owl is most likely to be con-fused with its close relative, the slight-ly larger Barred Owl.

These species are best differentiated by their under-parts. The Northern Spotted. Title: BLM OR Northern Spotted Owl Sites Publication Author: Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office Comments: The BLM OR Northern Spotted Owl Sites Publication Map Service represents Northern Spotted Owl nest locations and the land ownership of those sites within Oregon.

This map service has one scale dependency. Covers: an assessment of the current status of the California spotted owl, its biology and habitat use, and forests where the subspecies occurs in the Sierra Nevada and southern California.

Suggests the direction of future inventories and research, identifies projected trends in habitat, and offers guidelines and recommendations for management of the California spotted owl. Layers: Layer: BLM OR Northern Spotted Owl Sites Publication Point (0) Name: BLM OR Northern Spotted Owl Sites Publication Point Display Field: LOCATION_NAME Type: Feature Layer Geometry Type: esriGeometryPoint Description: NSO_SITE_POINT: This data describes Northern Spotted Owl nest locations and the land ownership of those sites.

See Supplemental Information for greater detail and a. The Forest Service was enjoined from further timber sales in spotted owl habitat in Regions 6 (Washington and Oregon) and 5 (effectively, Northern California) until standards and guidelines ensuring the owl’s viability were in place.

Seattle Audubon Society v. Evans, F. Supp. (W.D. Wash. The Court of Appeals affirmed. current status of the California spotted owl, under auspices of an Interagency Steering Committee for the California Spotted Owl Assessment (the "Steering Committee").

The Steering Committee formed two investigative, advi- sory teams-the Technical Assessment Team and the Policy-Implementation by: Description: This conservation assessment represents a comprehensive review by scientists of the current scientific knowledge about the ecology, habitat use, population dynamics, and current threats to the viability of the California spotted owl (Strix occidentalis).

It is based primarily on peer-reviewed published information with an emphasis. ACTION: Proposed rule; extension of public comment period; announcement of public meetings and public hearing. SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), recently published a proposal to revise the designated critical habitat for the northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina), and announced the opening of a public comment period on the proposed revised rule through June.

Service and the USDI Bureau of Land Management within the range of the northern spotted owl, as provided in this Record of Decision.

The following discussion explains the decision but is not intended to cover every aspect of the Standards and Guidelines, which set forthFile Size: KB. Washington, DC – Today, in compliance with an order from a U.S. District Court, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a science-based critical habitat proposal for the northern spotted owl that begins a public review process to determine what forest lands should be designated as critical habitat in a final rule that will be published in November.

California's Northern Spotted Owl (NSO) Stakeholder Forum is a public meeting for all stakeholders and agencies that are involved in the management of NSO. Meeting materials from previous Forums are posted below under the and headers. Forest Practices Rules for the Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) were adopted in May These rules, which apply to nonfederal lands, established 10 landscapes â€" known as Spotted Owl Special Emphasis Areas (SOSEAs) â€" wherein proposed harvest of suitable owl habitat would receive environmental review designed to provide a high level of protection.

The spotted owl is a medium-sized, nocturnal owl inhabiting forested areas in western North America (Fig. It occu-pies a variety of forest types, from humid coniferous forests in the northern part of its range to xeric pine-oak woodlands in the mountains and canyonlands of Mexico and the American Southwest (Bent ).File Size: 5MB.

Contact: Steve Holmer, American Bird Conservancy, (Washington, DC, Decem ) The Northern Spotted Owl is in decline across its entire range, and its rate of decline is increasing—that is the conclusion of a major demographic study produced by federal scientists, published Wednesday, December 9,in the journal “The Condor.”.

In June ofthe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced its opinion that the spotted owl should be placed on the ‘threatened’ list under the Endangered Species Act. This was a reversal from the agency’s decision the year before not to list the owl at all.

The FWS had one year to decide.The Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl includes Recovery Action ``Design and implement large-scale control experiments to assess the effects of barred owl removal on spotted owl site occupancy, reproduction, and survival'' (USFWSp. III). Record of decision for amendments to Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management planning documents within the range of the northern spotted owl ; and, Standards and guidelines for management of habitat for late-successional and old-growth forest related species within the range of the northern spotted owl by United :