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Come Support the Signature Endangered Northern Spotted Owl! Goal of 25 supporters!
I was thinking the other day.Is there a signature bird yet? I do not think so. So i think ganz should make a Signature Endangered Northern Spotted OWL! I love owls.! and the northern spotted owl is so cute! If anyone could make a picture avatar/signature i would appreciate it. any suggestions on the psf or psi?
Here is what WIKIPEADIA says about there status
There are approximately three to five thousand pairs remaining in the wild, mostly in the states of Washington, Oregon and California. The Canadian population now numbers less than 100 breeding pairs of birds. In British Columbia, Canada, only six are known to exist in the wild, down from historic numbers of 500 pairs. United States Fish and Wildlife Service reviewed the status of the Northern Spotted Owl in 1982 and 1987, finding it did not warrant listing as threatened or endangered. Reviews in 1989 and 1990 proposed listing as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act throughout its range (northern California, Oregon and Washington), citing loss of old-growth habitat as the primary threat. This was implemented on 1990-06-23. Logging in national forests was stopped
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