Beaver comeback

von Ranson, J.
November 1987
Yankee;Nov87, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p116
Trapped nearly to extinction, the adaptable furbearing mammal, the beaver, is plentiful again--in fact, often a nuisance--in all five New England states. INSET: Beavers may not be responsible for water supply contamination..


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