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September 27, 2020


Surrey, B.C. residents frustrated after beaver-chewed tree falls on townhouse complex again

(Thanks to John Lobert)


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My first thought, after reading the headline, was maybe they should quit putting the tree back up after it had fallen. Then I read that there were several trees that had been chewed down. Perhaps the city park manager would feel differently about what is going on if the beaver was chewing down trees around his house? I think they should relocate the beaver to his neighborhood to see how well he deals with it.

The beavers usually win these contests. If they relocate one, there will be one "next door" who likes the place and will migrate in.

At least Portland doesn't have to deal with this yet.

Catch the beaver and shave him.

Beaver-chewed Tree followed this far-roo-often-not-mentioned Supergroup.

The Beaver ala LEAVE IT TO BEAVER, never did these things.

There are many cases of aggressive, annoying beavers wrecking homes.

Move the complex, how hard is that to figure out?

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