Monthly Archives: July 2019
Beaver Management Strategy Framework
Written on July 25, 2019 at 9:55 am
The Beaver Management Strategy Framework has been published “to help inform decisions regarding the long-term management of beavers, the wetland habitats they establish, and their general activities in the River Otter (Devon, England) in the future” . It can be viewed on the Devon Wildlife Trust web pages.
The return of the beaver in Russia
Written on July 14, 2019 at 5:13 pm
The Beaver Aquarium, a beaver breeding centre in Voronezh State Biosphere Nature Reserve, was set up in 1924 after hunting was prohibited by The Soviet government; at the time there were few beavers left in the wild. Beavers have been bred at the Aquarium and released since 1934, and now the population in southern RussiaContinue Reading
Young beavers filmed in Cropton Forest in the north of England
Written on July 8, 2019 at 5:26 pm
A pair of beavers were translocated to Cropton Forest near Pickering in North Yorkshire, England in April as part of a five year trial to see how their dam building would reduce flooding. Recent film shows that the pair have had two kits since their release (ITV News, BBC News, Yorkshire Post, Yahoo News).