Beavers Hate Nature

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    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/74932/...llegal-logging-

    Beavers, chainsaws. What's the difference?
     
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    I had to log in to say:

    Do you think he got a woody?
     
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    When I worked at this park this stupid girl tried to save a sick beaver, well it bit her and the thing was sick with rabies!
     
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    we have some beavers that damned the Brook by our house and also built an igloo type hut out of trees about 25 yards behind the dammed area where they feed, on the edge of the brook!!!!

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    the whole area to the left, floods in heavy rain because of those pesky critters!

    i am tempted to put a fishing pole in that area behind the damn though...saw a show that said that's why the Beavers dam, to block the fish going down river in to one small area for good eating! :)

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    That is cool!
     
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    Care Honey, I hope you realize just how LUCKY you are to live surrounded by all that beauty of nature. I'm so jealous I could cry, I would be in Heaven every day to have that splendor.


    I would have loved to watch those beavers build that dam!
     
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    I just LOVE the nature we get to experience here! Every day, well at least every day from april 1st through maybe November 15th, was an adventure! And on my daily walk through the backwoods or on the main winding road, I would make certain to bring my camera because i never knew what amazing thing I would see in Nature, when exploring!

    I tell ya, the people born here, may take this nature for granted, but I sure DON'T! It's just amazing to me, I enjoy witnessing every minute of it and wish we had moved here 20 years ago!

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    Yes I do appreciate it, Echo!

    And we may not have been blessed with Children, but we certainly have been blessed in many other ways, is how I look at it, and THIS is certainly one of them!

    I just love it here, I really, really do!

    (Of course, my parents who are in Florida, and getting up there in years, are not too happy at all with this and the 1700 miles between us, though my older sis lives right next door to them! And that does weigh heavily on my heart and soul....so, i might have to leave this glorious place, sooner than we would like.... :( )
     
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    Beavers are herbavores. They don't eat the fish. However, do certainly do create some wonderful fishing holes. I suggest you make up for their lack of sense.
     
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    This will put a stop to it:

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