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    Survivor and the beav

    Not the greatest shots, however they made for an interesting lunch time. The Coot was attacked by an imature Bald Eagle and got away. His leg under the wing was showing meat and he could not walk. The Eagle sat in the tree above and just watched him, but I had to leave. I am sure he did not last long. We have a few Beaver damns around but rarely do you see them out and about. I saw two today.

    Survivor and the beav

    Survivor and the beav

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    Re: Survivor and the beav

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
    We have a few Beaver damns around but rarely do you see them out and about. I saw two today.
    You lucky person. Beavers have recently been reintroduced into Scotland after having been extinct here for a very long time. Would love to see them.
    Last edited by Donald; 23rd February 2012 at 08:50 AM.

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    Re: Survivor and the beav

    Donald, they are an interesting animal. However they can quikly change the landscape of your favorite tree lined creek or river. Some would rather they not be there.

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