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Beaver have had a tumultuous history in the Adirondacks

April 25, 2009
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

On a recent walk along the banks of Ray Brook, I was stunned to find trees scattered in all directions. At first glance, it appeared a windstorm had toppled them in random fashion; but upon closer inspection, the culprits were revealed. It wasn't the work of vandals. The large stand of poplar trees were victims of beaver, as evidenced by a wide and well used trail leading down to the brook.



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