Beavers: A Wildlife Handbook
Included in this title are detailed guides to the behavior, biology, and ecological impact of this species. Examined in detail are the instinctive habits and behaviors used by beavers to build lodges and dams. An important focus is placed on the reality of what beavers actually do compared to the myths that have been propagated about them for hundreds of years.
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Native American Beavers
The Language of Beavers
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