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Spotted Owl / Timber Industry #867333

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 28, 1992
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(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduction to report about a new report on the spotted owl.

(San Francisco: Craig Heaps) A new report backed by the timber industry shows that the spotted owl is not as threatened at previously thought. [Interview: Kevin ROBERTS, Georgia-Pacific Biologist.] Environmentalists disagree. [Interview: Louis BLUMBERG, The Wilderness Society.] The situation is too complicated to use the study to justify more timber harvesting. [Interview: Roy Woodward, California Department of Fish and Game.] The timber industry will use the study to show that it can harvest more trees.

Heaps, Craig

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