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Beaver Basics

Beavers are more than intriguing animals with flat tails and lustrous fur. 

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Manage Flooding

Many beaver flow device studies indicate that modern water level control devices are effective, economical and can save valuable wetlands.

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Protecting Trees & More

How to Protect Trees From Beavers

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Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (BWW) is an educational nonprofit that has been helping people coexist with the animal engineers for over thirty years. Join our member-supported 501 C3 charity to receive our tri-annual news-magazine.

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Critical Habitats

Beaver Dams Create Vital Wetlands

Beaver dams do more than restore wildlife habitat (their ponds are havens for nearly half the rare species), they also provide people with valuable natural services, such as water cleansing and stabile stream flows.

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Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (BWW) is an educational nonprofit that has been helping people coexist with the animal engineers for over thirty years. Beavers build dams that naturally restore our land’s best life support system. Manmade wetlands often cost tens of thousands of dollars per acre, while beavers work for free.

Beaver dams do more than restore wildlife habitat (their ponds are havens for nearly half the rare species), they also provide people with valuable natural services, such as water cleansing and stabile stream flows. As wildlife populations shrink and “global weirding” brings rising damage from extreme floods and droughts, more scientists are seeing the beavers as “cheap and cheerful partners” for combating climate change.

Yet only a small fraction of North America’s original Castor canadensis population remains today. When conflicts with beavers arise, Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (BWW) suggests first identify the specific problem, and then use proven, cost-effective methods for lasting solutions. More individuals and communities are opting to save lives, money—and help restore a healthy environment with win-win-win solutions. As Dorothy Richards wrote in her great book Beaversprite, we can learn to live in harmony with nature “one stick at a time.”

Want more information? Join our member-supported 501 C3 charity to receive our tri-annual news-magazine. Call 581/568-2077, or email castor@frontiernet.net.

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