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The Beavers of Bamff

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Louise Ramsay shares with us a brief history of how the beavers came to Bamff and why they wanted beavers there in the first place. We also learn some of the dangers to beaver families and what we can do to help monitor and prevent their persecution.
A film for WoodlandsTV by Jemma Cholawo.


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It's great that they are a protected species, they are so interesting animals. Can they be dangerous to people?

Find In Nature

January 31, 2020

Wonderful

Squatchburger 1

January 31, 2020

Naiiive and stupid act by rich resentful thieves. This isn't about the beavers, its about wealthy people that have an ideal and want country folk to adopt their dreams instead of managing the countryside like they do. Sadly their program is not based in prudence and pragmatism, and will lead to much greater suffering than the shortsighted fantasists realize. This social and political activism and will only lead to destruction of the very thing they wish to create. In the end humans will suffer, animals will be wiped out, and these idiots will look back and say, well that wasn't real communism….

Pao emantega

January 31, 2020

Good job.

John Grytbakk

January 31, 2020

Absolutely no idea why anyone would be granted a licence to shoot an animal that only improves the land and waterways.

Wild Woodsman

January 31, 2020

What reason do they shoot, just because they can, or effects others?
Yellow stone park had great improvements, with wolves too

Ken Leach

February 29, 2020


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