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Endangered Spotted Owl
6:28 am
Wed February 29, 2012

Feds Propose New Habitat For Spotted Owls, Shooting Barred Owls

A northern spotted owl seen in Six Rivers National Forest.
Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

MEDFORD, Ore. -- The US fish and Wildlife service has proposed two new steps to help shrinking populations of the northern spotted owl. The agency may designate state and private land critical owl habitat. And it will kill barred owls. Amelia Templeton reports.

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Forests
6:23 am
Wed February 22, 2012

Secretary Salazar Visits Oregon to Promote Ecological Timber Sales

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar
Photo courtesy U.S. Depatment of the Interior

MEDFORD, Oregon -- Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar was in Southern Oregon Tuesday. He’s asked the Bureau of Land Management to prepare five new logging projects in Oregon that have an environmental twist. Amelia Templeton reports.

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Northwest Forestry
6:28 am
Fri February 17, 2012

Two House Bills Would Use Forests To Fund Cash Strapped Counties

A tree marked to be cut for timber.
Photo Credit: Amelia Templeton Northwest News Network

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Representatives from the Northwest released not one, but two controversial forestry bills Thursday. Both would channel funds from timber sales to rural counties. Amelia Templeton reports.

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Volcano Research
7:09 am
Wed February 15, 2012

Why Mt. Hood Never Erupts With A Bang

Mt. Hood erupts less explosively than other Cascade mountains.
Photo credit Wikimedia Commons

MT. HOOD, Ore. -- Researchers at Oregon State University think they have figured out why Mt. Hood doesn’t erupt with the same bang and violence as other Cascade volcanoes. Amelia Templeton reports.

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