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Beavers and Trees ~ by WoodlandsTV

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We return to the Bamff Estate to see some sculptural examples of how the beavers have affected trees on the Estate, and what to do if you don't want your trees to be nibbled by beavers.

A film for WoodlandsTV by Jemma Cholawo.

Posted in: Animals ~ On: 17 January, 2020

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7 comments so far

Wild Woodsman
January 17, 2020

it is only by bringing the beaver back that we realise just how important they are. We need to think about reintroducing all our lost keystone species.

0001lj
January 17, 2020

Incredible species. Im very lucky to have seen what a difference they have made for the wetlands on the river otter in devon.

Kayleen White
January 17, 2020

If anyone hasn't read or heard of Peter Wohlleben's book (The Hidden Life of Trees), you can find it at https://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Life-Trees-Communicate-Discoveries-ebook/dp/B01BEEXEAI

Bush Crafters
January 19, 2020

Nuisance animal. Local parks have added fencing to the base of trees. The banks of the rivers wash out more and fill the streams to where they are impassible.

HalfQ
January 20, 2020

They cut the trees down to dam the rivers and flood the lands and they also want the little fresh shoots from the tree. they are at the top so, down it comes..they can be a real pest.

Olly Jackson
January 22, 2020

I never comment on videos but can not contain my sudden contempt for this channel after the music some wholly decided to play during what could have been a thoroughly enjoyed film.

Heidi Perryman
February 7, 2020

Don't be shy,nature-loving ecologist. Tell us what you really think.

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