from Earth First Newswire
An an inane strategy that is sure to revolt basically everyone, the US Fish and Wildlife decided to begin hunting barred owls in the Pacific Northwest. Why? Because they care so much about the spotted owl that they don’t want the barred owl around.
They plan on killing over 3,500 barred owls over the next four years in California, Oregon, and Washington. This at the same time as the Forest Service has called for a 20 percent increase of logging in all national forests. Meanwhile, Senator Wyden (D-OR) is calling for the “streamlining and modernization” of the Environmental Protection Act (NEPA).
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