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Beaver

Beavers are the second largest rodents in the world. Beavers are herbivores and enjoy eating the wood of a variety of trees and some aquatic plants. Beavers are always cutting down trees and other plants that beavers use for building materials for beaver dams, beaver huts and food reserves for the winter, as beavers do not hibernate. Beavers are also well known for dam building skills, causing all kinds of flooding and erosion problems. Beavers also have a distinctive alarm signal which is the slapping of there tales on the surface as the beaver dives warning all the another beavers that danger is present.

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Countermeasures

  • Trapping for beaver relocation
  • Beaver exclusion techniques
  • Shoreline beaver deterrents to help with beaver control

Recommendations

  • It is important to notice the beaver and/or beavers as they first arrive on your property, before the beaver has a chance to settle in and construct tunnels, water canals, huts or anything else that might provide the beaver with cover and/or escape routes, as it will be easier to convince the beaver and/or beavers to move on.

Muskrat

Muskrats are semi-aquatic rodents, muskrats are omnivorous which enjoy eating things like cattails and yellow water lilies, muskrats spend most or there time in the water and muskrats can stay submerged for up to 17 minutes. Muskrats are known for causing erosion damage along creeks and the shorelines of ponds and lakes. Muskrats also clog pipes and drainage lines resulting in flooding in certain areas.

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Countermeasures

  • Trapping for muskrat relocation
  • Muskrat exclusion and muskrat deterrents to help with muskrat control

Recommendations

  • It is important to notice the muskrat and/or muskrats as they first arrive on your property, before the muskrat has a chance to settle in and construct tunnels, water canals, huts or anything else that might provide the muskrat with cover and/or escape routes, as it will be easier to convince the muskrat and/or muskrats to move on.

Groundhog

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Groundhogs receive their fame by being part of folklore, famously known for their "Groundhog Day" predictions of spring’s arrival. Groundhogs are mainly herbivores eating a variety of grasses, vegetation, berries and the occasional insect, worm or grub, groundhogs are excellent burrowers and can have a very extensive system of tunnels and dens that can have a catastrophic effect on foundations, livestock and farm equipment.

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