Tag Archives: beaver

Can You Deceive a Beaver? Sometimes!!

There is a lot of talk right now about living with beaver in urban landscapes.  Beavers are helping to store water in drought times and build habitat for many of our critical species in our cities.   But beavers are not always good neighbors to our human built community, especially when they build dams in or

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Beaver T-Shirts For Sale!

We are excited to be selling Beaver T-shirts again this winter.  The cost of the t-shirt includes shipping, if you order before December 21st. Beaver shirts are in partnership with long-time supporters Pedal Bike Tours. Pedal’s downtown Portland shop is more than just a hub for visitors going on city and Columbia Gorge bike tours,

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We Found Them All, Now What?

If you’ve never buckled into a pair of waders and tried to walk through a mosaic of deep channels and 10 foot tall cattails, it may be hard to imagine what it’s like to find a beaver dam. It’s often not easy to see past your nose while pushing back brush. This year 23 volunteers

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Student Beaver Believers

Visiting wetlands in the spring can be quite the experience.  Rain, deep sticky mud, possible salamander and frog siting’s, tracks from beavers.  What sounds like a wilderness experience, is actually less than a mile away from many Washington county schools. For the past three years, Megan Garvey TWC Urban Land Steward, has been introducing 4th

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