Moonbats Turn to Shotguns to Save Meal Ticket

The Moonbats that run the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific region, of course, have planned to kill their foes to save their pet project from extinction.

“Unless the barred owl threat is lessened, land management alone will not recover the owl,” said Ren Lohoefener, director for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pacific region.

The shotgunning of barred owls, a cousin of the spotted owl that encroached from back East on its old growth turf, to see if it improves spotted owl numbers is part of the final Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Plan released Friday by the Fish and Wildlife Service.

Once again the tree huggers that have taken control of the Forest Service have come up with an incredibly stupid plan to save their meal ticket from extinction. There seems to be a pattern here. When they were sure the loggers were to blame, they got rid of the loggers. Now that the Barred Owl is a stronger species than their precious Spotted Owl, they need to take a more direct approach. Since they couldn’t just take a shotgun to the loggers, they’ll take out their revenge on the Barred Owl. And if that doesn’t work? What’s next?

You want to hear the Real Scary part?

By thinning forests in dry, fire-ready landscapes, the odds of a major wildfire wiping out swaths of owl habitat will be reduced, said Paul Phifer, recovery plan leader for the Fish and Wildlife Service. He said the size of the individual patches hadn’t been determined yet, but they would make up 30 percent to 35 percent of the landscape.

The same people that wiped out an entire industry, several small towns, caused numerous wildfires and ruined countless lives by not allowing any logging because of their bird, now want to thin the forest so a wildfire won’t harm the Spotted Owl. They don’t give a damn about the human lives lost, thousands of homes lost and millions of acres of forest burned because of their stupidity, but NOW, it might save their meal ticket, so it’s O.K? I have a better idea for those shotguns.

One more quote that should scare the hell out of you.

That’s what made the spotted owl so controversial when it was first listed for federal species protection in 1990. In the years that followed, timber harvests around the Northwest were crimped for the sake of saving owls. As a result, sawmills around the West closed because a lack of logs.

The spotted owl is still listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.

Got That? Only a Threatened Species? Sound familiar?

There’s much more for me to get fired up about, but I’ll let you read the rest.

Related: How Lies Killed a Small Town

Also: Polar Bear Threatened


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