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Jack Ward Thomas and the Importance of Ethical Leadership

As the president of the Pinchot Institute for Conservation from 1995 to 2016, Alaric Sample worked closely with the U.S. Forest Service leadership, including Jack Ward Thomas, who served as chief from 1993 to 1996. 1,293 more words

U.S. Forest Service

Strigid Thoughts

Back in 1990, before Microsoft Windows was really a useful thing, and before Nirvana released Nevermind, and before Bill Clinton became the hippest, swinginest saxophone-playing presidential candidate ever seen on the… 1,119 more words


Tribal youth resistance to Owl and Fish sacrifice by Klamath National Forest

Klamath National Forest is set to auction away critically important forests for pennies on the dollar

Yreka, Calif. – On Thursday, May 5, the Klamath National Forest is set to auction away critically important forests for pennies on the dollar. 1,279 more words


Biologists Kill 'Bully' Owls To Protect Spotted Owls In Northern California Forests

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — A biologist and contractor with a lumber company is at the heart of an experiment sanctioned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: killing bully owls to protect endangered owls. 135 more words


The Owl Massacre of 2016

Proposed Timber Sale to Take Over 100 Northern Spotted Owls

Westside Project—a massive logging project on the Klamath National Forest. The Klamath National Forest has proposed logging approximately 6,800 acres of clearcuts near the Klamath River. 479 more words


Extinct & Almost Extinct: Northern Spotted Owl

Below is a painting with notes from my Extinct and Almost Extinct project –

Northern Spotted Owl –

threatened –

Northern Spotted Owls are about 18 inches in length and have wing spans up to four feet. 264 more words

Mark W. McGinnis

Northern Spotted Owl Populations in Rapid Decline, New Study Reports

A new Northern Spotted Owl demographic study is out and it found that the northern spotted owl is in decline across its entire range and the rate of decline is increasing. 735 more words