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The Beaver resident grin . It appeared over the winter and discovered early spring . I was shocked shocked2 at how fast this was constructed , wasn't there in late fall of '19 .

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Originally Posted by Normac
Large fireworks, these type of neighbors do not like artillery shells. grin2
This method has NOT worked for us...my wife and son went through a whole grocery bag of last year's stash and he is still "busy as a beaver"
 
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Originally Posted by DriveHard
This method has NOT worked for us...my wife and son went through a whole grocery bag of last year's stash and he is still "busy as a beaver"
Hate to hear that, worked for us many years ago, but our new 'neighbors' weren't quite as well established as yours.
 
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Bud

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Originally Posted by Triple_Se7en
So you have the Beaver on one side of your property. Did you have the recently deceased Eddie Haskell on the other side of your property?
Good one
 
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The beaver's environmental engineering will benefit him. That's fine as long as his project does not cause harm. In the latter scenario you may opt for relocating the beaver. Or just eat him.
 
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Originally Posted by Marco620
I should bring the UTS shotgun and get him out. If after 14 shots hes still there I give up
The shot won't penetrate their mound deep enough to rid them.
 

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Wasn't aware Eddie Haskell passed away this May frown . My concern is it may down some trees on the property causing damage . There's been a family for many years . Now extended . May call conservation department when the first tree shows teeth marks . We're located far enough above the dam .
 
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