Bondi Resort Blog

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Monday, April 14, 2014

Beaver, what an encounter!

Up at Hawke Lake this week, Brian and David were lucky enough to watch Beav, hard at work repairing his dam.  They weren't able to get any photos -- he was a bit too far away for the phone camera they had on them.

Steve Dunford, in the Park last week, captured this great image of a beaver house -- with uninvited guests on the roof...

This time of year we often see beavers at work, as they come out to repair dams and houses damaged by the spring melt.

This dam is right at the edge of the road on the Seabreeze Road.  A strong dam is a good dam, that is the Beaver's philosophy, and just the sound of running water can inspire them to get to work, so this spring, they've got plenty to do!

It's not always easy to be in the right place at the right time for a Beaver experience, but this gentleman, John Cena, out in Calgary on the Bow River, he got the Beaver Experience of a Lifetime.  

Just enjoy...

1 comment:

  1. They're amazing animals, the engineering feats they can achieve.