Video: New logging road into Spuzzum Valley spotted owl habitat

Tuesday, June 04, 2019

Joe Foy drives up the Spuzzum Creek logging road located in the Fraser Canyon near the town of Yale to check out reports of logging in spotted owl habitat. He locates a new logging road being constructed into a spotted owl habitat forest in preparation to log a clearcut marked SP215.


For more information about Joe Foy's backroads trip to check out the forest habitat of Canada's last wild spotted owls go to: Last Stand Canyon.

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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
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