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Endangered Species

The Center for Biological Diversity claims in a federal complaint that the streaked horned lark was improperly listed as threatened rather than endangered, though fewer than 1,600 of the songbirds survive in Oregon and Washington.

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Center for Biological Diversity claims in a federal complaint that the streaked horned lark was improperly listed as threatened rather than endangered, though fewer than 1,600 of the songbirds survive in Oregon and Washington.

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