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Owl habitat proposed, again
Another court challenge planned.
Ranchers take "wait-and-see" attitude.
By Steven D. Vetter
In responding to a court order, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
very late last month announced it was designating approximately 8.6 million
acres in four states as critical habitat for the Mexican spotted owl. That
announcement was met with a lot of disgust by environmental activists, while
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