What Do Beavers Eat?


Beavers eat tree leaves and bark to survive. They particularly love aspens, but will also eat willow, mountain maple, alder and birch. Beavers prefer trees that are small in diameter, approximately 2 to 6 inches. The parts of the tree that are not consumed are used to build beaver dams.
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Beavers eat leaves, bark, twigs, roots, and aquatic plants.
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Beavers eat tree bark and the stuff that is beneath the bark on the tree. The will also eat water vegetation such as water lilies and they also eat berries.
The primary diet of many beavers consists of wood. They generally eat trees that are around 2 to 6 inches in diameter. They feast on aspen, birch, alder, willow and mountain maple
with there mouth. and their orange teeth!
Some animals, like bears, wolves, wolverines, lynx, and otters, like to eat young beavers
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