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    Default Walk in the wet lands at sunset

    This is an area not too far from my house.
    It's been an unusually warm Feb. and the water is not frozen.
    Lots of beaver chewed trees.Some pretty big ones.
    My daughter took the pictures.
    Hope you enjoy.
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    I think your daughter did a fine job. Nice pics.
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    Great pics. Thanks for taking us along. Don't lean on the tree in that first picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Great pics. Thanks for taking us along. Don't lean on the tree in that first picture.
    I know,my dog sniffed the cut before I could pull her away.
    It's been like that for about a week now.It's caught up in another tree.

    Thanks Rick,
    She just 14 yo. and has a good eye for the perfect shot.
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    Good good walk in the woods and time with your daughter, how great is that? Very nice pictures. It is amazing how big a tree the beavers will take on and for how long before they give up.

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    very nice pic's thanks

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    That first pic is great.

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    Nice pics. It looks like it was a great walk and a good time. Thanks for sharing!

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    Cool pics, that some ambitious beavers lol!
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    Hello, very great pictures, thank you for them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky93 View Post
    Cool pics, that some ambitious beavers lol!
    We have watched them swiming under a bridge near by.They will slap their tails at us and duck under the water.
    They're kind of making a mess of the wood.I would guess that 4th picture is a over 100 y.o. ash.But I'm not too good at identifying trees after the leaves are gone.There's a lot of 50 yo. oaks debarked all around the base.

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