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Post by Jacksparrow » Thu Aug 06, 2020 7:57 pm

I was very cheered by the beaver news from Devon but that cheer was slightly dulled by the accompanying news that they have been culling them in Scotland because they were breeding too well and causing damage :( . I fervently hope they don't wear out their welcome in Willpar's garden. :nod:

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Post by Willpar » Thu Aug 06, 2020 8:07 pm

Was good news indeed jacksparrow. Although i did not know about the Scotland ones were being culled. The ones in Devon did move upstream back along as there were too many visitors and dogs disturbing them. And they got into a private estate. The land owner was not pleased and put a price on their heads. Don`t know what the outcome was of that. But i think that will be a problem wherever they are located. Once they get established and breed, then some will move away.

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