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Correction: The vast majority of Mexican spotted owls nest in the same types of habitats that northern and California spotted owls inhabit.
A number of Mexican spotted owl management areas border or cross the highway.
Scheelite Canyon, a beautiful canyon with tremendous diversity, is home to perhaps one of the best known territories for the Mexican spotted owl on public land.
As demonstrated through initiatives such as Partners in Flight, conservation is most effectively achieved through collaborative efforts like those involving the Mexican spotted owl and Fort Huachuca.
While beach lovers threaten shorebirds' seaside resorts, timber harvesting has until recently posed a serious risk to the habitat of Mexican spotted owls in the United States.
Working closely with the BIA forestry and roads departments, the tribe uses timber harvest activities as opportunities to improve or close roads and to improve habitats for species such as the Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis lucida).
I recollect camping there as a kid, hearing Mexican spotted owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) at night, the whisper of winds over the conifers, and the spattering of water pouring over stones in the canyon bottom in nothing more than a silver rill.
Dispersal movements and survival rates of juvenile Mexican Spotted Owls in northern Arizona.
Eventually CDF wants the forest there to reflect various stages of development while allowing the resident wildlife to thrive--deer in the summer and Mexican spotted owls, raptors, and other large birds of prey.
Federal regulators have decided that two groups are threatened: the subspecies known as the northern and Mexican spotted owls.
In recent years, San Carlos Apaches have also restored Gila topminnows (Poeciliopsis occidentalis) to rehabilitated freshwater springs, searched ponderosa pine forests above 6,000 feet (1,800 meters) for reclusive Mexican spotted owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) and northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis atricapillus), and picked their way through dense riverbank thickets of salt cedar to verify the existence of endangered southwestern willow flycatchers (Empidonax traillii extimus).