Nature Walk: Beaver Cutting
By Taylor on March 31, 2015 in Blog
“Cottonwoods, willows and silver maples are three of the most common lowland tree species utilized by beavers. Branches from these and other trees species are used for the construction of dams across rivers and streams; however, small branches, fresh bark and buds are also an important food supply.” – Carl Kurtz
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