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Thread: Beavers at work in calgary, canada

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    Beavers at work in calgary, canada

    BEAVERS AT WORK IN CALGARY, CANADA
    A closeup look at a Beaver family working on their house on the Bow River in Calgary.
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    Thank you for sharing - that was very interesting! A once in a lifetime opportunity.

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    Amazing photography. Thanks!
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    That was very interesting. Thanks.

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    Very interesting!!! Thank you!!!

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    that's cool thanks

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    Awesome ...

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    loved it! We had beavers behind our house a few years ago they literally took down a tree overnight. They are so interesting.

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    That is pretty cool. Wow you know that water was freezing. Thanks for sharing.
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    That was awesome! I really enjoyed that - thanks Ditter!

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    Very cool to watch!

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    Simply amazing, both for the photography and seeing how the beavers work. Now I can see how the phrase "busy as a beaver" came about.

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    Thank you so much for linking that here. I never realized the poor beavers had to rebuild their homes in the spring/wintertime. Guess I thought they just hybernated all winter. We as humans often forget how fortunate we are most of the time.

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    Remarkable. They are so focused on their work. The photographer seized a great opportunity and shared it with us.

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    Thanks ditter, Now how cool that was to watch.

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    Wonderful. I sent this to my nieces and daughters in law to show the Grandkids etc. What a fun thing to watch. Thank you for sharing it.

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    Thank you for this video! It was great!

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    They are so cute. Too bad they can be such a nusiance.
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    beautiful, especially seeing them walking ontwo legs. wow! thankyou
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    Very interesting video. I will save it for the week end when the GK's come over so they can see it. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    Thanks Ditter!
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    Thanks for posting, Ditter! That was so interesting (and educational for me!).

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    Loved watching them at work. A few years ago Washington D C had a problem with some beavers cutting down the Cherry Blossom trees around the Tidle Basin. I think they got about a dozen before all the beavers were captured and returned to the country.

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    Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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    Neat, thanks. Barb
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