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Welcome to our site! Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife is an educational nonprofit that has been helping people learn about a species that builds the land's best life support system - and about lasting, win-win solutions for beaver/human conflicts for over twenty years.

Play Intro Video to BWWAll species are important in an ecosystem, but keystone species like the beaver run the show by creating vital habitat for wildlife, and valuable natural services for people. Yet only a small fraction of North America's original Castor canadensis population, prior to European settlement, remains today. Asia and Europe had even greater losses of the Eurasian beaver Castor fiber, and many countries are now trying to restore the furry engineers.

While most benefits of beaverworks (dams and wetlands) are hidden, they are nonetheless very real. This species can be an important ally in solving the earth's major environmental problems.

When conflicts with beavers arise, Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (BWW) suggests first identifying the specific problem, and then using environmentally sound, cost-effective methods for lasting solutions. Being proactive is best, but often people create a beaver management plan when it is needed. More and more, individuals, communities, agencies and others are opting to save money, lives and the environment with win-win solutions.

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How will you celebrate¬† "International Beaver Day"‚ÄĒTuesday, April 7, 2015? Let's make 2015 the Year of the Beaver, Our Best Ally Against Climate Change!¬†

Beaver dams not only slow stream flows, resulting in less costly damage from the flash floods and droughts of climate change, they also store carbon, reducing the carbon dioxide that drives climate change.

Good news from Mason, Ohio. A bothersome beaver who's made his home at the city's Pine Hill Lakes Park has been granted a stay of execution ‚Äď for now.¬†¬†

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Columbus, Ohio Metro Parks Installs a Beaver
Flow Device‚ÄĒUsing BWW‚Äôs ‚ÄúCoexisting...‚ÄĚ DVD...Read More


Beaver ponds offer habitat to wildife but can cause flooding.... Read More.

Also, see proven methods to prevent beaver flooded roads.


Town, residents to work on solution to beaver dams¬† DOLGEVILLE, NY ‚ÄĒ Leave the beaver dams along Carlson Road alone.... Read More.


Plans are underway to kill 100,000 beavers in the southern region of Argentina‚ÄĒthat suffers from widespread desertification.... Read More.




Beaver create Fish and Wildlife Habitat for Tahoe Donner.  Tahoe Donner is lucky to have two beautiful streams…  Read More


Leave it to Beavers

[a new PBS TV documentary] tells the story of beavers in North America ….and their current comeback as modern day eco-heroes. Read More


Bring back beavers to stop flooding, urges Mammal Society.   In the aftermath of the recent severe flooding... Read More


Have you checked the BWW Facebook Page lately?¬† Hope you‚Äôll ‚Äúlike‚ÄĚ it.


Beaver trap breaks man's leg….

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Putting Nuisance Beavers to Work:   With their strong buck teeth and flat tails, beavers are the engineers of the natural world. Read More.




A win-win for beavers, humans and our habitat 

Beavers are mobile creatures in water but not so fleet ...  Read More.


Belarus Beaver ‚ÄúAttack‚ÄĚ was Self Defense, according to Beaver Expert Dietland Muller-Schwarze

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Beavers can help us avoid disasters, like the on-going wildfires in the US West, where there are widespread droughts, and the current flood damage along the Mississippi River due to high water breaching levees. See the article Beaver Wetlands.




Wildlife Services Sued

Wildlife Services (WS) is being sued because the agency’s wildlife damage program is based on outdated science and uses indiscriminate methods.… Read More  

Newspaper article on ‚ÄúThe killing agency‚Ķ‚ÄĚ



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