Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (BWW) regularly gives programs about beavers, and the best methods to coexist with this keystone species, for a variety of organizations and groups, and at conferences. Programs are geared to audiences of different ages and interests, ranging from children to nature clubs, highway superintendents, watershed groups and wetlands scientists.

Travel expenses and a modest fee are normally requested; contact BWW at 518/568-2077 or for more information. We invite you to become a member of BWW at: Join.

Consultations (Phone, Email or On-site)

Need help with a beaver problem or issue? Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (BWW) consults by phone and email at no charge, and does on-site assessments of problem sites (for example, those with unwanted flooding and/or tree damage) to recommend the best, lasting solutions for a modest fee and travel expenses. Our staff members offer practical advice and specific information on the best management practices and solutions.

When a flow device installation is required, and professional installers are unavailable (see Manage Flooding), we assist landowners, and others, by recommending an appropriate device and materials needed for the site, gathering materials for qualified do-it-your-selfers, and occasionally installing a device. Contact BWW at 518/568-2077 or for more information.