The Beaver State Podcast Episode 19: Beavers, Part II

July 31, 2020

Part II of our conversation about beavers with OSU wildlife researcher Vanessa Petro. Because beavers can be both a keystone species as well as ecosystem engineers, they’re among the more complicated species from a management perspective. Knowing more about them and their behaviors helps wildlife managers make decisions with more predictable outcomes. In this episode, Vanessa Petro continues to break through some of the many misconceptions about these fascinating critters.

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