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The Northern Spotted Owl - An Oregon View is the story of how a bird was used to stop timber harvest in the Pacific Northwest.
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The author has been involved in forestry since before WWII and holds BSF, MF and Ph.D. degrees. He has managed a research forest (Harvard Black Rock Forest), been a University faculty member (Rutgers), a forestry school dean and experiment station director (Montana) and a program manager for a forest industry forest health program. He retired in 1991. Subsequently, he served as a volunteer natural resources staff person for Oregon Representative Liz VanLeeuwen. If pressed, he will tell you that his scientific specialty is eastern hardwood silviculture. He now lives and golfs in Albany, Oregon.
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