Logging to Extinction

Monday, September 30, 2002

For over 20 years the Wilderness Committee has worked to protect the habitat of critically endangered species like Canada's Northern spotted owl. Due to ongoing logging in the ancient forests of southwestern British Columbia, the only place in Canada the spotted owl lives, scientists estimate that less than 25 pairs of owls remain. How did the spotted owl reach this stage of crisis in Canada - order the ground-breaking report "Logging to Extinction" to find out more.