beaver problem
Posted by keefro (+71) 10 years ago
I've noticed alot of beaver damage along the dike. Looks like we won't have many trees left along the tongue river if this keeps up. Is there any thing the city can do about this?
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Posted by Buck Showalter (+4454) 10 years ago
Try to make beaver hats fashionable again?
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Posted by Bridgier (+9297) 10 years ago
*snicker*... beaver... dike... tongue... up... *snicker*

Keefro, I salute you. Best. Post. Ever.

[This message has been edited by Bridgier (3/15/2012)]
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Posted by Cory Cutting (+1278) 10 years ago
That's naughty!!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17662) 10 years ago
-1, Bridgier
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Posted by Herbie (+109) 10 years ago
LMBO!!!
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Posted by cubby (+2645) 10 years ago
Shoot the SOB's before we don't have any trees!!
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Posted by keefro (+71) 10 years ago
already lost a bunch of trees, i say shoot em
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+15076) 10 years ago
Actually, we should trust nature and leave the beavers to do their job. By thinning the cottonwood forest gallery, more light will get to the ground and increase the herbaceous vegetation on the ground. This new vegetation will help slow the erosional process of the bank, decreasing the sediment load in the river. What water does run off will be cleaner than it is now.
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Posted by Buck Showalter (+4454) 10 years ago
Beavers also produce good fishing holes.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+10031) 10 years ago
Simple solution to the problem - in fact the solution is so simple it's hard to see that there is a problem
http://milescity.com/foru...all#114418
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Posted by minime (+149) 10 years ago
there has also been a group of people cutting trees for firewood along the dike.
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Posted by Seuk Samus (+351) 10 years ago
They make some fantastic stew!! While you're cooking the stew you can dry the tail and play Ping Pong later after supper!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17662) 10 years ago
This looks like a job for some LONG SLUNG PONIES....
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Posted by David Schott (+17424) 10 years ago
And skillful application of "THE BOWLING BALL GRIP".
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