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Beaver retired

By tonyguitar
Retired because I see him once or twice a month on the Courtenay River at Lewis Park and there are no cut trees or beaver dams anywhere in the area. Is there a no cut agreement or is he retired? He gave me the eye just before diving and swimming out of sight into a big outflow storm pipe underwater. Just visiting and heading back home possibly.

Tags: Beaver Wildlife and nature Canadian beaver Urban beaver

Voters: mikejmb, Nikonuser1, NDODS and 12 more


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Nikonuser1 Plus
5 143 15 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2014 11:46PM
Great capture TonySmile

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2014 11:57PM
A lovely wildlife image, thanks for sharing Tony.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
EMJAYCEE Plus
8 10 10 England
9 Aug 2014 12:09PM
A good wildlife image.
Joan
12 Aug 2014 1:46PM
Lovely image to see,well capturedSmileSmileSmilepaul
tonyguitar 5 61 35 Canada
12 Aug 2014 9:27PM
Thank you for that. He is a big plain rodent, yet he was the main trading value during the making of this country 'Canada' and you would be amazed to see some of the trees they can fall and work into dams.
The plain looking engineer. TG

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