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MrsRatbagOnline Now
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Signs of beaver activity at Juanita Bay; there have been some changes in the geography also, with ponding where there wasn't much, and collapsing mounds showing that they've been abandoned. I'd love to catch them at the act, but I've never seen them in person, only these results.

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Feb 10, 2013 10:40:09 am
LOL I see you changed the title, damn, I was ready for a funny quip :( Nicely seen and captured babe!

by Adobe_One_Kenobi Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 10:45:29 am
splendid capture...where they have gone ?

by claude19 Online Now!   Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:00:50 am
Amazing teeth & impressive dam builders - I would love to see one some day too. Interesting & unique shot...

by photosynthesis Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:01:29 am
Searching tenant ;)
Very nice capture Denise.

by X-PaX Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:09:23 am
WOW! it is really impressive :-)

by helanker Online Now!   Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:18:42 am
How very exciting! I do hope you catch them in the act of felling.

by durleybeachbum Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:47:10 am
Wouldn't it be something to see them at work? I love seeing this ... nice to know they're thriving!

by auntietk Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:55:48 am
I bet not seeing them has been gnawing at you ever since Denise!! Lovely shot.

by jayfar Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:58:56 am
I'm glad they are coming back. The areas where they have returned have improved immensely in an environmental sense. They are, for a fact, very shy critters.

by Tholian Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 12:11:06 pm
great shot - glad the come back!!

by Dreamingbee Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 12:17:34 pm
science about 3 years, we have them in our region back... superb picture!

by aksirp Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 12:46:36 pm
Great capture. I'v seen this in Utah.

by moochagoo Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 1:06:45 pm
Very cool capture Denise

by Faemike55 Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 2:11:16 pm
Great capture Denise! They are destructive little buggers but do contribute in so many other ways!

by rockstrider Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 3:33:51 pm
wonderful evidence

by alanwilliams Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 3:34:44 pm
How wonderful! They have a pilot reintroduction project in the U.K. I didn't realise they where once native hear. It is something I hope to see one day too. Even evidence of their amazing landscaping and construction skills is exciting!

by kaward Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 6:22:02 pm
The result of eager beavers biting, chewing and gnawing their way to better dental health, if this sterling photograph is any indication. I wonder if they floss.
In any case, love the whole ambiance of the scene, especially the clarity, composition and texture, Denise.

by goodoleboy Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 10:20:13 pm
Superb capture Denise.
God Bless.

by kgb224 Homepage »

Feb 10, 2013 11:53:22 pm
Hats off to the master builders of the animal kingdom. Just read where they are a keystone animal to creating and maintaining wetlands...some of that ponding you've been seeing. Neat catch Denise.

by bmac62 Homepage »

Feb 11, 2013 1:33:58 am
Beavers!
Ah...beavers!
I've never seen one in the act, but I did notice (don't ask how) that they have quite an interesting smell. Not unpleasant, just...um...well...um...well...think of wet mammals and you have an idea of beaver scent. I have no real clue what that has to do with this image, but there you have it. As for this image, I love the colors and details in this. I love the marks of beaver teeth and they're wonderfully-chiseled into the wood here. This rocks!

by Chipka Homepage »

Feb 11, 2013 4:43:57 am
awesome, specially after zoom

by Juliette.Gribnau Online Now!   Homepage »

Feb 11, 2013 5:00:33 am
That's a great face in there with the grass moustache!

by whaleman Homepage »

Feb 11, 2013 9:26:51 pm
The zoom is outstanding - the teeth marks are in so much details. A super shot Denise - I've never seen anything like it.

by danapommet Homepage »

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