barred owl http://ijpr.org en Killing One Owl Species To Save Another http://ijpr.org/post/killing-one-owl-species-save-another <p>It’s been nearly 20 years since the Northwest Forest Plan scaled back logging across the region, in large part to preserve habitat for the endangered northern spotted owl. But the spotted owl continues to decline. Scientists blame the larger, more aggressive barred owl for pushing the spotted owl out of its natural habitat. Now, federal wildlife managers have begun shooting barred owls to see if removing the competition will allow spotted owls to recover.</p><p> Fri, 17 Jan 2014 03:49:50 +0000 Liam Moriarty 6315 at http://ijpr.org Killing One Owl Species To Save Another Barred Owl Shooting: USF&WS Perspective http://ijpr.org/post/barred-owl-shooting-usfws-perspective <p></p><p>Time for a few more words on the shooting of barred owls.&nbsp;</p><p></p><p>The process recently began, in an effort to help spotted owls survive in areas where the owls compete for territory.&nbsp; Mon, 06 Jan 2014 18:30:00 +0000 Geoffrey Riley & Charlotte Duren 5661 at http://ijpr.org Barred Owl Shooting: USF&WS Perspective Barred Owl Shooting Begins http://ijpr.org/post/barred-owl-shooting-begins <p></p><p>The work long rumored recently got underway: gunfire killed barred owls in Northern California.&nbsp;</p><p></p><p>And it was completely intentional, meant to give spotted owls some breathing room in their competition with the rival owls for living space.&nbsp; Thu, 02 Jan 2014 18:30:51 +0000 Geoffrey Riley & Charlotte Duren 5597 at http://ijpr.org Barred Owl Shooting Begins