Tag Results: Dam/LodgeBack
In Beaver World
Late 1800s – 1900s beaver studies which cover a period of twenty-seven years through every State in the Union, Mexico, Canada, and Alaska.
Beaver (Castor canadensis)
A review of the history, biology, behavior, and management of the North American beaver.
Beaver Made: The Botany of a Keystone Species
Beaver’s close co-evolution with plants.
Survey of Beaver-Related Restoration Practices in Rangeland Streams of the Western USA
Survey that identifies a need to assess beaver-related restoration projects in western rangelands to increase
awareness, accountability, and to identify gaps in scientific knowledge.
Improving Engagement in Managing Reintroduction Conflicts: Learning from Beaver Reintroduction
Article that finds themes in responses to beaver reintroduction and offers observations that may positively influence future responses amongst affected individuals
Dam It: Why Beavers Matter
Learn about nature’s most ingenious engineers with Ben Goldfarb, author of “Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter.”
Beavers, and the Connecticut Beaver Initiative
Mike Callahan, President of the nonprofit Beaver Institute discusses beavers, their value, and how to successfully manage beaver problems when they occur. Mike also shares information on the Connecticut Beaver Initiative (CBI) a new grant program to help landowners resolve human-beaver conflicts nonlethally.
All About Beavers – Video for Children
A 3 minute educational video on beavers that is geared to children.
The Beaver Restoration Guidebook Version 1.0, 2015
A comprehensive compilation of information related to beavers and their management with an emphasis on stream restoration.
Salmon Beaver Dam videos
A collection of YouTube video links about salmon passage at beaver dams.
The Engineering in Beaver Dams
Review of beaver dam construction and how their technology may allow to create novel, nature based solutions for ecosystem redevelopment and river renaturalisation.
An indigenous tribe in Washington is strategically placing beavers around to help salmon
An indigenous tribe in Washington is strategically placing beavers around to help salmon.
How coastal beavers are helping salmon recover in Washington
Beavers on the coast are helping salmon bounce back.