Midcoast Wildlife Specialists
165 Duck Puddle Road
Nobleboro, Maine 04555

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Tel: 1-207-380-6652
Tel: 844-9-GOTBATS
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Midcoast Wildlife Specialists

Beavers – Plugging Up Your Pond?

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Bucky The Beaver - Timber!!!!

Wildlife Lumberjack

Beavers are some of the largest living rodents in the world. Beavers have thick fur, webbed feet and flattened, scale-covered tails. With powerful jaws and strong teeth, beavers fell trees in order to build homes and dams, often changing their environment in ways few other animals can. In fact, the idioms "busy as a beaver" and "eager beaver" are synonymous with being industrious and hardworking.

Beavers Eat Their Homes

Beavers don’t just build homes from trees, they also eat them. Unlike other mammals, beavers can digest cellulose, which is a major component of their diet.

 

Beavers eat leaves, roots and bark from aspens, willows, maples and poplar trees. They also eat aquatic plants.

Other interesting Facts

Beavers do not hibernate. They continue to eat and build throughout the winter. They can also stay under water for around 15 minutes at a time.

 

Call our specialists at Midcoast Wildlife, we are trained in handling beaver problems & providing live beaver removal services in ME.

Look No Further. Get Started Today With Midcoast Wildlife Specialists.

Midcoast Wildlife Specialists

165 Duck Puddle Road

Nobleboro, Maine 04555

Tel: 1-207-380-6652

Tel: 844-9-GOTBATS

Email:

Need Emergency Service 24/7?

There will be an emergency service charge of $100 before or after normal business hours (7 am to 7 pm). Mileage charges may also apply.

Inspections are free within 30 miles and a mileage fee for those over 30 miles away. Any costs will be deducted from exclusion costs if you decide to solve the problem with our services on the same day visit.