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Bruce G. Marcot Spotted Owl Collection, 1951-1997

Spotted owl image included in the article "Spotted Owls and Old-Growth Forests," Washington Wildlife, Summer 1986.

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MSS Marcot

The Bruce G. Marcot Spotted Owl Collection consists of publications, reports, studies, and correspondence assembled or generated by wildlife biologist Bruce G. Marcot pertaining to the spotted owl, the management of its habitat, and its status as an endangered species. The materials include studies of the spotted owl in California and and the southwestern United States in addition to the Pacific Northwest.

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Quantity

7.2 cubic feet; 8 boxes

Related Papers

The Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and Research Collection consists of documents assembled by E. Charles Meslow pertaining to the northern spotted owl controversy in the Pacific Northwest during the 1980s and early 1990s.

The Liz VanLeeuwen Spotted Owl Collection consists of materials collected and generated by former Oregon State Representative Liz VanLeeuwen pertaining to the listing of the spotted owl as a protected endangered species in Oregon.

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