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    Beavers
    How To Identify Beaver Problems
     
    Beaver Description
    Beavers can easily be identified by their large size, glossy red-brown fur, beady eyes, small ears and large orange incisors. Not to mention their large, flattened, paddle-like tail. Beavers are common throughout all parts of the U.S. Beavers occasionally growl, hiss or scream but frequently slap the water surface with their flat tails as a warning sign. While nocturnal or crepuscular by nature, Beavers are sometimes seen during the day.
     
    Beaver Habitats
    Beaver habitat is almost anywhere there is a source of water year-round. You can also identify beavers by the dams they build. Beavers build dams to modify the environment to their liking. Dam building is often stimulated by running water. Beavers are adaptable and will use whatever materials are available to construct dams, such as fencing material, bridge planking, crossties, rocks, wire, and other metal, wood and fiber materials. The beaver is unparalleled at dam building and can build dams on fast-moving streams as well as slow-moving ones. They also build lodges and bank dens, depending on the available habitat.
    Beaver Entry
    Beavers are not known to enter homes but will invade property and waterways in search of a good location to build their family den for shelter. Our beaver removal professionals will assess the problem and take the necessary steps to not only remove the beaver or beavers from your property or place of business but also repair damaged areas and reduce the possibility of future beaver invasion.
     
    What To Do Before A Beaver Specialist Arrives
     
    Beaver Control and Safety
    The legal status of beavers varies from state to state. In some states the beaver is protected except during furbearer seasons; in others it is classified as a pest and may be taken year-round when causing damage.
     
    Contact a Critter Control Beaver Specialist
    Beaver removal and professional beaver prevention services should be contacted as soon as a beaver issue is identified. Call 1-800-CRITTER (274-8837)
    What To Expect Once A Beaver Technician Arrives
     
    Beaver Trapping and Removal
    Critter Control Technicians are Certified Wildlife Specialists, with the knowledge and tools to get rid of your beaver problem. Critter Control offices practice humane beaver removal techniques, that ensure the safe capture and release of your beaver issue. Our Critter Control beaver removal professionals are trained in beaver removal, beaver trapping, beaver control and in how to identify beavers and prevent future beaver damage.
     
    Due to the variations from state to state on the restriction of beaver control and beaver removal, it is best to contact your local Critter Control office if you think you have a beaver problem. Our Critter Control beaver removal specialist are trained to identify beaver problems and to get rid of beavers using beaver removal methods such as beaver trapping.
     
    Beaver Damage
    A single beaver can cause significant damage to your property. Beavers will bring down trees that they use to create dams, leaving a mess on your property and waterway. Dams built by beavers will often result in flooding, causing damage to nearby roadways, farmland and structures.
    Your Critter Control technician will assess the damage caused by the nuisance beavers and provide solutions not only for repairing the damaged area but will also present a prevention strategy. The sooner these issues are handled and addressed by our beaver removal expert, the lower the overall cost. Don’t wait to call Critter Control if you have a beaver problem!

        



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