Beaver news out of the Mid-Atlantic region hasn’t always promoted coexistence, but that is changing! Check out the following recent articles from around the region:
West Virginia Enlists Beavers To Help Ducks
Natural methods used to improve wetlands.
Long-awaited renovations to Ballston Beaver Pond begin
Work began yesterday (Wednesday) on the long-delayed Ballston Beaver Pond remediation project — but no busy beavers will be involved. The $4.2 million, 18-month project approved by the County Board this summer will retrofit the pond, originally built in 1980 to collect stormwater runoff from I-6
Coexisting with castor canadensis
Can humans and beavers resolve their conflicts?
Beaver Believers | Chesapeake Bay Magazine
For these Bay conservationists, it’s one dam thing after another. By Marty LeGrand We’re wading into Narnia on a bright fall day. It’s darker in here. And tangled. The water nearly reaches the tops of…
‘God’s engineers’: How beavers can repair an ecosystem
Faithful readers know that I have become a beaver believer. For most of the time that the Chesapeake Bay has existed, beavers by the millions inhabited every nook and cranny
With beavers in the suburbs, park officials look to balance needs of humans and ‘nature’s engineers’
Dams and lodges can cause flooding, but they also attract diverse wildlife.