The habitat of the beaver is the riparian zone, inclusive of stream bed. ... trees
might think that the beavers were doing just the opposite.
Oct 13, 2015 ... Beaver lodges, like this one in Wyoming, can help preserve local watersheds and
habitat for wildlife. They provide critical habitat to some ...
Beavers are sizable rodents who are part of the genus Castor. These toothy
mammals spend significant portions of their lives in the water, and they usually
Beavers and humans are alike in their ability to greatly alter their habitats to suit
their own needs. To obtain food and building materials, beavers are well known ...
Beavers eat the leaves, inner bark, and twigs of aspen (a favorite food), alder,
birch, cottonwood, willow, and other ...
Fascinating facts about beavers including diet, size, weight, habitat, range and
latin or scientific name.
Dec 3, 2009 ... Utah's beaver populations have recovered since the days when they were
trapped by mountain men. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources ...
What kind of habitat do they need? Beavers live in lodges. They will either live in
one built on an island, one built on the shore of a pond, or one built on a ...
Humans are, in fact, one of the biggest threats to beavers. Trapping, water
pollution, and habitat loss through drainage of wetlands, are common
  One family of beavers may need half a mile of river habitat.  Although
beavers are considered social animals and form monogamous bonds, they ...