Northern Spotted Owl Implementation Team Agendas and Minutes
   

The old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest are some of North America’s most amazing natural assets. The legacy of these forests was called to the forefront more than 20 years ago when the northern spotted owl was listed under the Endangered Species Act as a threatened species in Washington, Oregon, and California.
 
A number of conservation partnerships are in place with public and private partners who contribute to spotted owl recovery. The two main threats to the spotted owl's continued survival are habitat loss and competition from the barred owl, a species native to eastern North America. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, along with our recovery partners, is working to embed spotted owl recovery within a broader vision for a healthy, resilient Northwest forest landscape—building on the original tenets of the Northwest Forest Plan. Our efforts will help restore vitality to our great Northwest forests—and help safeguard all their lasting values.
 

2016 Meetings


May 02, 2016

 

2015 Meetings


August 07, 2015

 

2014 Meetings


December 03, 2014

November 22, 2014

January 27, 2014

 

 
To request a copy of an agenda prior to 2014, please send an email to: forest.practicesboard@dnr.wa.gov