Return 3.4 million acres of protected habitat to spotted owls
Docket ID: FWS-R1-ES-2020-0050
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that spotted owls could lose much of their unprotected habitat by as early as 2030. As habitat loss drives their population down -- dropping by as much as 77 percent in Washington state -- their protected habitat could soon be the final lifeline for spotted owls.
I urge you to move forward with your proposal to restore 3.4 million acres of protected habitat that was stripped away from spotted owls. Let's give these owls all the protections they need to survive.