Radio: Joe Foy on spotted owls and old-growth logging

Thursday, August 01, 2019

Gorilla Radio

 

Co-Executive Director Joe Foy talks about the endangered spotted owl and old-growth logging in British Columbia with Chris Cook of Gorilla Radio.

Gorilla Radio is dedicated to social justice, the environment, community, and providing a forum for people and issues not covered in the corporate media.

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The Government of Canada says spotted owls in Canada are "highly vulnerable to extinction." (Ecojustice)
The Government of Canada says spotted owls in Canada are "highly vulnerable to extinction." (Ecojustice)
An adult northern spotted owl photographed outside the Spuzzum Valley. The species has been considered functionally extinct in B.C. although environmental organizations recently learned about the existence of a breeding pair in a B.C. valley currently being logged. Photo: Jared Hobbs
An adult northern spotted owl photographed outside the Spuzzum Valley. The species has been considered functionally extinct in B.C. although environmental organizations recently learned about the existence of a breeding pair in a B.C. valley currently being logged. Photo: Jared Hobbs