What is the range of the northern spotted owl?
A. The range of the northern spotted owl is southwestern British Columbia through eastern Washington, western Oregon and northern California south to San Francisco Bay. The ranges of the California and northern subspecies abut near the Pit River in Shasta County, California. Q. What is the Mexican spotted owls range? A. The Mexican spotted owls range is southern Utah and Colorado south through Arizona and New Mexico, and scattered through the Sierra Madre Occidental and Oriental ranges to the mountains at the southern end of the Mexican Plateau. Its range is completely separate from the other subspecies. Q. Do the subspecies of spotted owls interbreed? A. Yes. Genetic analysis suggests uncommon breeding between California and northern spotted owls, but no breeding between the other subspecies. Q. What is California spotted owl habitat? A. California spotted owls occur in the following types of forests: mixed conifer, red fir, ponderosa pine/hardwood, east-side pine, redwood/California-