9 Following In Beavers’ Tracks

Following In Beavers’ Tracks

Posted on March 17, 2011 by team

Let’s make a trip to the places where beavers are often seen and explore their settlement.

Traces of beaver inhabitation.

Beavers chose these trees as construction material for their future dam.

Picture for scale.

The tree has to fall into water and create a dam to protect beaver’s home.

One stem has already fallen in the right direction.

Instead of traces a strange ice hole was found. It looks like a trap set to catch local beavers.

Expedition decided to look for beavers in some other place. The trees showed the way.

The lake is to the left. This tree is going to fall there according to the beaver’s will.

One more aspirant to become a part of the future dam.

Who taught them that this is the precise place to saw to make the tree fall onto the needed spot?


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9 Responses to “Following In Beavers’ Tracks”

  1. Dovanov says:

    Oh great no beaver at the end

  2. perristalsis says:

    “A tree with such an outgrowth was of little interest for the animals.”

    It would be to a woodworker- that is a burl. A freak virus of nature that creates a valuable defect long prized for it’s intricate beauty.

  3. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. Where are FEMEN beavers?

  4. asteroid no. 444 says:

    “Leave it to Beaver”

  5. Miss India says:

    1st. google porn.
    2nd. Let’s make a trip to the places where beavers are often seen.
    4 Profit!!!!

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