Northern Spotted Owl Lawsuit Settles
So reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and AP. The lawsuit concerned a challenge to timber harvesting that allegedly had adverse and unmitigated impacts against the Northern Spotted Owl, a threatened species under the ESA. The settlement, as described in the article, seems generally consistent with the cooperative conservation principles that have gained currency.
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