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Otus -- United States. ; Aegolius funereus -- United States. ; Great gray owl -- United States.
Flammulated (Otus flammeolus), boreal (Aegolius funereus), and great gray (Strix nebulosa) owls occur over a broad portion of North America and each is designated as a ""sensitive species"" in four or more USD A Forest Service regions.
United States--Politics and government--20th century
1961,. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD- SENATE 13293
THE MONTANA FLOODS
Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, oh
Sunday, June 14, in company with Mr.
Edward McDermott, Director of the Offlee
of Emergency Planning, I left
Washington at 3 a.m., Montana time,