Subject: From rec.birds
Date: Nov 23 21:14:53 1994
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From: kfjls at aurora.alaska.edu (John Scoblic)
Newsgroups: rec.birds
Subject: Queen Charlotte Goshawk?
Date: 15 Nov 94 14:22:45 -0900
Organization: University of Alaska Fairbanks
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Has anyone heard of a subspecie of Nothern Goshawk known as the Queen
Charlotte Goshawk? The Fish and Wildlife Service and Forest Service claim
it exists in Western Canada from Victoria north into Southeast Alaska.
There is a petition that it be classified as endangered per the Endangered
Species Act. I can't find any reference to such a subspecie although they
claim there are numerous studies.

Could someone point me to the evidence of such a critter?

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