Take action to urge federal agencies to support stronger forest protection for the endangered Northern Spotted Owl and Marbled Murrelet. Northwest old-growth forests--habitat vital to the survival of these species--is currently at risk
from a new federal management plan, and a potential logging rider in Congress.
Bureau of Land Management has proposed to weaken the Northwest
Forest Plan which was put in place twenty-two years ago to protect the owl's
habitat, and restore the old growth forest ecosystem. The plan is working to
revitalize and conserve the forest and slow the owl's decline; its protections need to be
Congress is considering logging legislation that undermines wildlife protection
and public involvement. Act now to help save the Northern Spotted Owl and Marbled Murrelet, and ensure that the many
benefits of the Northwest Forest Plan, such as carbon storage and clean water supplies,
are not lost. Thank you.
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