A beaver has been seen to the southeast of Loch Lomand in Scotland. The Loch is 36 km long and 1-8 km wide with its southern shores about 23 km northwest of the City of Glasgow. This is a significant sighting since it shows that beavers have made their way west from the River Tay, where beavers were illegally released 10 or more years ago and now number 400-600, via the extensive system of inland waterways including the Rivers Earn and Forth and their tributaries (The Sunday Post).
Posted on November 5, 2019 at 12:39 pm
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