9 Photos - Aug 27, 2014
Photo: Wilderness Committee mapper Geoff Senichenko with old-growth Douglas fir slated for logging in the spotted owl wildlife habitat area at Clear Creek, up the east side of Harrison Lake, BC.Photo: Wilderness Committee Campaign Director Joe Foy by recently cut old-growth Douglas fir stump at Clear Creek, up the east side of Harrison Lake BC in a spotted owl wildlife habitat area.Photo: Recently logged forest in a spotted owl wildlife habitat area located near Depot Creek, Chilliwack Lake, BC.Photo: This is Wilderness Committee mapper Geoff Senichenko near Doctors Point, Harrison Lake BC - in a spotted owl wildlife habitat area. This forest of mature trees had recently been logged.Photo: Wilderness Committee mapper, Geoff Senichenko takes GPS location on Ford Mountain, Chilliwack Valley, BC. This is a recently logged forest within a spotted owl wildlife habitat area.Photo: Wilderness Committee mapper, Geoff Senichenko counts the yearly growth rings on a stump left over from a 200 year-old Dougals fir tree. This is a recently logged area near Lillooet Lake, within a spotted owl wildlife habitat area.Photo: Looking down from the main road on the west side of Harrison Lake into the Tretheway Creek Valley. This is a private hydro power facility under construction within a spotted owl wildlife habitat area.Photo: Wilderness Committee Campaign Director Joe Foy counts yearly growth rings on stacked up old-growth timber in a spotted owl wildlife habitat area located on the boundary of Garabaldi Park in the Lillooet Valley, BC.Photo: Huge stack of cut timber in a spotted owl wildlife habitat area on the eastern boundary of Garibaldi Park in the Lillooet Valley, BC.