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Beaver
Dale Matthies
The beaver did not see me. But, as soon as he heard the click of the camera, he turned.
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Beaver
Dale Matthies
Mealtime for this healthy-looking beaver!
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Beaver ( Castor canadensis )
Amy Jaarsma
I always enjoy spotting beavers, especially when they are very active. I watched as this one swam back and forth in Adam Lake, chewing down pieces of bush and transporting the pieces back to it's lodge. It was quite enjoyable to watch!
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Beaver
Jacquie Matechuk
It was a cool summer evening and we were walking the pathways in search of the various birds that call Weaselhead Flats home. As we crossed the bridge a brisk movement caught me eye and I watched a beaver quickly dive below the surface of the water. As I moved around the side of the bank, a second fella came out to see what I was up to. I held back as we locked eyes and in just a few brief seconds I seemed to pass his analysis. He turned around, ripped a large low hanging branch from a tree and drug it to the waters edge. Like corn on a cob, he plucked every leafy kernel clean in record time.
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Canadian Beaver
Cathleen Mewis
I captured this fellow while sitting on the bank of a beaver pond along the South Saskatchewan river. I looked up and there he came, out of the bushes dragging his latest conquest.
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Canadian Beaver
Cathleen Mewis
Stick Handling. While sitting at the side of a beaver pond outside Saskatoon I was surprised by this fellow dragging his latest conquest down the bank to the water
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Canadian Beaver
Cathleen Mewis
Do you Mind? is what this beaver seems to be saying to me as he glares at me while enjoying his meal
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Beaver
Marsha Duggan
I was happy to come across this beaver one evening in May 2019, and this beaver was happy to be enjoying a dandelion salad for dinner.
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Canadian Beaver
Margaret Trenn
I was sitting quietly in my kayak, observing a family of beavers go about their business
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Canadian Beaver
Margaret Trenn
Canadian Beaver on the Skeena River near Terrace, BC. I had found a beaver lodge on the Skeena River and was sitting quietly, watching the animals come and go. This beaver was curious and swam as close as possible to the shore, floating motionless and watching me for several minutes
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Beaver
Mike Tomilson
"Yum yum yum...yum yum yum yum"
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North American Beaver (Castor canadensis)
Christopher MacDonald
Fall swim- A beaver drags a small tree back to its lodge
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North American Beaver (Castor canadensis)
Christopher MacDonald
Wood working - This beaver was in a small pond running back and forth bringing in small trees to fortify the lodge for winter
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Astrid Schuh
I could hear no sound on this calm afternoon but I had the feeling that I was not alone. When I turned my head I saw this beaver swimming in the river beside me. Just beautiful!
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Beaver
Astrid Schuh
I could hear no sound on this calm afternoon but I had the feeling that I was not alone. When I turned my head I saw this beaver swimming in the river beside me. Just beautiful!
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Beaver
Aymeric Pierrat
This beaver was sick to modeling by -35° for me.
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Beaver
Claude Belanger
This beaver and his family were living in a pond near the Park headquarters and they were coming on shore near a crab apple tree to eat the apples that fell on the ground
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Sylke Baranski
Sylke Baranski
Beaver decorated itself with a branch
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Beaver
TJ Silvester
Early evening walk in Stanley Park (a couple of years ago), this beaver was pottering along the creek munching leaves
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Canadian Beaver
Richard Eckert
A young beaver just wants mom to share. Skeena River, BC.
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beaver home
KATHLEEN CARPENTER
We camp here often and go on this hiking trail and we usually fish.
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Beaver
John Pizniur

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beaver
Jean Wallace
I enjoy watching the busy beavers as the sun goes down on the ponds.
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Jean Wallace
Busy beaver working into the twilight.
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Jean Wallace
Beaver reflections in the setting sun.
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Wendy Schmidt
Busy Beavery swimming by us on the Lake was so nice to see.
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Beaver
Tiffany Krahn
I've been hiking in this park for over 10 years on a regular basis. Randomly, beavers showed up this year. And so - I went for an all-around Canadian moment :)
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Lori Kupsch
Lori Kupsch
There is a place in Hinton, Alberta called Beaver Boardwalk. It's a fabulous place where you can have an up and close encounter with beavers.
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Darren Colello
Canada's Rich Heritage: It was captivating watching this beaver swim along and collect lunchtime twigs at a local wetland.
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Beaver
Michael Whyte
I was hiding in the bushes near a marshy area hoping to see some wildlife. This curious beaver kept returning to see what I was for the better part of an hour. He was very close and I was able to get some really good shots.
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Beaver
Michael Whyte
Early morning beavers working in the stunning backdrop of colours and light!
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Judith Walton
My daughter and I paddled a tandem kayak along Hailstorn Creek searching for moose. She took this picture of a beaver lodge (while I did all the paddling :)
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beaver
Hugo Sanchez
I went to Elk Island Park to the beaver pond trail, and i found these beaver grooming themselves. i had two wait for two hrs for this photo, but they came out.
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Beaver
Christina McCallum
Baby Beaver
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Beaver
Christina McCallum
Baby Beaver
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Blue Heron and Beaver
Carla Whiteside
This was taken at the wonderful wetlands within Lethbridge city limits. It's a treasure to have such a beautiful space to photograph nature. Thanks to Elizabeth Hall and the wetlands that were named in her honour, I captured this blue heron hanging out with a beaver. Nature in harmony.
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Beaver
Jeannine St-Amour
As the ice was melting in the spring, it left quite a lot of branches and debris in a local creek. To the delight of the beavers, they spent the entire day feeding and bringing branches to their den. It is always interesting to watch wildlife behaviour and learn about them.
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Beaver
Cindy Walkem

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Castor du Canada
Luc Farrell
Castor du Canada dans une ambiance automnale.
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Nicholas Taffs
I have lost count how many times I have tried to photograph this location. For nearly two years luck was never on my side. Each time I set aside some time to stop here the clouds would completely cover Mount Kidd in the background. I don’t know why, but without fail if I drove ten minutes down the road it would be sunny and clear every time. I knew this photo would never be my best work, but for me there was something satisfying about finally capturing the photo I wanted with the added benefit of some smoke in the air from wild fires across B.C. to diffuse the direct sunlight.
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Canadian Beaver
Dever Villeneuve
Smiling Beaver at Ottawas Mud Lake Conservation area.
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Beaver
Brittany Crossman
A young beaver chewing on sticks.
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Beaver
Brittany Crossman
Photographed this beaver as it was leaving the water heading towards the woods to go chew down some trees.
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Beaver
Brittany Crossman
Beaver chewing on stick during the first flurries of winter.
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Beaver
David O'Neill
Watched this busy bank beaver for awhile
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Beaver
John Pizniur

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Isabelle Levesque
Isabelle Levesque
Very friendly!
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beaver
mary hindle
this busy beaver wasn't going to let a little ice stop him from building his winter home
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mary hindle
I was lucky to be able to watch this busy beaver working hard to prepare a home for winter
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Beaver
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
This guy was merrily chewing away on a twig on the ice on Mew Lake
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Beaver
Sherry Nigro
The beaver have been busy preparing the feed bed for winter.
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Jelle Faber
The Canadian classic: a beaver lodge. I captured this photo in the afternoon sun, shining brightly through the fall colours. The red and orange shrubs in the foreground contrast well with the shapes and texture of the evergreens in the back. The dried wood of the beaver lodge makes a great centrepiece.
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Beaver
Andrew Lunt
Out looking for Loon's one evening i stumbled upon a family of beavers. This curious guy came within feet of where i was.
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Beaver pond
Carol Collins
Love to walk my doggy everywhere I can and stopped by this wild pond and took this photo! I am sure there are many creatures who live in the pond behind the reeds but with my doggy Abby they kept themselves scare lol
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Beaver
Chris McQuarrie
If this isn't Canada, I don't know what is! I heard a shuffle off to my left, and saw a beaver dragging a huge branch across the forest floor. Though I've seen beavers in ponds many times, this was my first time seeing one at work in the woods.
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Beaver (genus castor)
James Henry
Taking the opportunity to visit Gatineau park on an overcast and rainy day to avoid traffic, I knew I should be prepared for rain. What I didn't know was that the rain would make the perfect backdrop to illustrate the life aquatic of the great Canadian beaver!
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North American Beaver
Daniel Rees
The sky was cascaded by the quickly falling sun. The air was warm. In the bushes across the river from the dam, I waited – hoping I’d see them before dark. As my optimism began to fade with the light, I saw ripples break the glassy water. The ripples emanated upstream from a yet unknown source, but I knew it was them. The mother and kit I had been waiting for. They swam into the frame of my lens, and climbed up the bank. Cuddled in, the kit fed and reveled in its mother's tenacious grooming. The still water mirrored this beautiful moment, and I wondered if they were watching themselves too.
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Beaver
Susie McAdam
The sun was just coming up and this beaver suddenly appeared cruising quietly through the water.
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mary hindle
Mud Lake is a favourite oasis in the west end of Ottawa where you can find an amazing variety of birds and wildlife, such as this busy beaver
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mary hindle
Mud Lake is a favourite wildlife oasis in the west end of Ottawa where you can encounter a wide variety of birds and wildlife, such as watching this beaver hard at work
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mary hindle
Mud Lake is a favourite spot for nature lovers in the west end of Ottawa where you can encounter a wide variety of birds and wildlife, such as this beaver.
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mary hindle
Mud Lake is favourite spot for nature lovers in the west end of Ottawa where you can find all types of birds and wildlife, like this busy beaver who doesn't let a little ice stop him from his work.
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beaver
Marta Keller
Something you don't see everyday in Dawson City - a beaver crossing the highway. This photo was captured after the beaver was safely on the other side.
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Nancy Young

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Penny Scott
The fall colours had been unreal this year and I was driving home from a visit with my sister and took the scenic route. This pond has been created on Poplar Creek by a community of Beavers. It was a perfect day to stop and take advantage.
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Raymond Payne
walking along a duck pond, and following a beaver as it swam to its dam - I waited for a close shot
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beaver
Sherry Nigro
remarkable creatures that changed Canadian history
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Castor du Canada
Luc Farrell
Photo prise avec un objectif grand angle face au soleil couchant.
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Castor du Canada
Luc Farrell
Couple de castors photographié la nuit.
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Castor du Canada
Luc Farrell
Photo prise la nuit avec un flash
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Beaver
Christy Turner
This iconic Canadian symbol was prepping his dam for the arrival of fall.
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North American Beaver - Castor Canadensis
Debbie Oppermann
"Beaver And Cattails" by Debbie Oppermann. One of the only mammals, other than humans that can manufacture it's own environment is the North American Beaver which is Canada's national symbol. The Beaver is hard working and industrious, hence the saying "busy as a beaver." This one was moving quickly through the water past the cattails which were reflecting on the smooth surface of the roadside pond in rural Guelph Ontario.
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Tony Joyce
On Christmas Day I was out for a walk with my wife when we saw a beaver and her kit come out through thin ice at a local pond. Since the pond was frozen they had to come close to the shore in order to break through. I set up my camera and tripod behind a bush to not disturb them from eating.
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Beaver
Dale Coulombe
Beaver attempting to camouflage itself. I followed it around for awhile trying to get up and close and this was my favourite that I captured that day.
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Beaver
Dale Coulombe
I was perusing a place called Sturgeon Creek in Winnipeg, where I typically go to look for wildlife. It's only a couple kilometers away from my apartment but is chock full of wild animals. I had never gotten a good photo of a beaver until this day. I was standing on a lookout of sorts along the creek and saw this beaver heading towards me. Luckily enough, it swam right below me to about 8 ft.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A mother beaver heads back to her lodge with a mouthful of leaves.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A beaver with a mouthful of leaves.
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Beaver
Wendy Dolny
A bitterly cold morning but recent warming h had melted spots of ice. The local beaver were out eating the local plantlife.
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Beaver
Meco stothers

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Marianna Michael
Beavers brought down a tree in the bay
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Beaver
Wendy Dolny
I go to this CONSERVATION Area frequently, at all times of year. The marshlands are a nature photographers dream. On this day I was excited to find 5 beavers busy swimming and eating. It was a bitterly cold day and there was still a lot of ice on the water.
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Beaver
Christina Dutkowski
Barty the Beaver
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Beaver
Sherry Nigro
The Canadian beaver has the unique attributes of teeth, webbed feet, paddle tail, luxurious coat, masterful engineering and unique alarm systems.
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Beaver
Doug Swift
I was staking out a prime location in hopes of getting a good "in flight" shot of one of the endangered trumpeter swans that frequent the marsh. This iconic animal that is an important part of our Canadian heritage provided an interesting pose in some near by underbrush as the shot was taken.
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Isabelle Levesque
Isabelle Levesque
Beaver at work or lunch...
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Beaver
Tony Joyce
While out for a hike on Christmas Day we spotted this Beaver & her kit foraging close to the shore. The large pond was frozen over but they found some thinner ice to break through. Although I have seen beavers many times this was a first for me to see them out of water so close. I put my tripod on low & used a bush as a blind to not disturb them from feeding.
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Isabelle Levesque
Isabelle Levesque
Walking around the pond in Fundy Park I was lucky enough to see this beautiful beaver. Rare we see them this time of year.
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Beaver
Jennifer Smith
Took this while canoeing
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Beaver - Castor canadensis
Cali DeMeyer

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Beaver
Krista Tabur
Feeding time along the river.
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Dominic Marcoux
Dominic Marcoux
On a very foggy morning, this beaver decided to take a little stroll in a small pond. The atmosphere was magical.
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Beaver
Stephen Shikaze
I was out fly fishing one evening and decided to take a break to snap a few pictures. I was lucky that the lighting was perfect, the water was dead calm, and a beaver came up only a few meters away from me which was close enough to get this image.
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Mark Samuels
Newfoundland's interiors possess their own wildness and natural beauty. Here is an iconic beaver lodge, occupied according to neighboring human residents, but animals not observed. Taken with Bronica GS-1 medium format film camera, Kodak Ektar 100, scanned.
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Karen Braun
Going for an evening stroll around a small lake at a local school and almost tripped on some protruding wood shafts of a beaver den!
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Canadian Beaver
Jeff Manser
Growing up in Northern Ontario gave me a unique perspective of the wildlife we have here. There is an abundance of game large and small for us all to enjoy. Winter is definitely one of my favourite times to Photograph wildlife.
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Beaver
Kylie Wolfenden
On an evening bike ride, I stopped by the waterfront and saw what I believe to be a beaver swimming across the water. I knew wanted to capture the moment and that is when I took this picture.
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Beaver
Sheila Herrington

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sheila herrington

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Canadian Beaver
Chad Larsen

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Beaver
Richard Eckert
This mama beaver is enjoying the greenery along the Exstew River, BC.
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Beaver
Richard Eckert
A beaver is not shy as it goes about its work in a local wildlife preserve near Edson, Alberta.
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Beaver
Sherri Simms
The curious beaver swam right beside our boat to check out what we were doing, and then immediately turned around and went the other way.
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Alexis Hayes
This beaver was busy adding material to a dam it had made in a small stream.
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Beaver
Julie O'Regan

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Aurélie Gautier
while cross country skiing I stopped when I found strange marks in the snow, and not far from this, there he was, enjoying the first spring sunlight
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mary hindle
this eager beaver wasn't letting ice stop him from his task
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Trumpeter Swan/Cygnus buccinator
Angela Patterson
After watching a family of Trumpeter Swans peacefully paddle their way down the lake it was thrilling to realize their destination was a nearby beaver house. With wings spread this Trumpeter Swan is making its way to the top of the beaver house prior to a preening session.
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Beaver
Linda Courtney
We have 2 beavers who have built a home in our local pond. They're getting ready for winter. (Nov. contest topic)
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Beaver
Christy Sewell
I was sitting at the beaver pond on my property watching them bring branches to the den for winter when this one came up on land close to me and I took photos of it chewing a branch and returning to the den
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Beaver
Christy Sewell
Busy Beaver Preparing the lodge for winter
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Trina Bradley
While on a hike we stopped to check out some trees that were partially chewed by a beaver. My boys thought it would be fun to pretend to be the beaver!
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Richardson's ground squirrel (U. richardsonii)
Julia Herperger
I was out for a walk at Beaver Creek, when I saw this ground squirrel. These sweet little ground squirrels are common here in Saskatchewan, but it's hard to get a good photo of them, because they are so quick! I did get this nice photo of one, though.
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Beaver
Tom Lusk
Taken from my kayak during the "golden hour".
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Beaver
Allan Colton
The beaver climbed out of the water onto a old stump.
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Beaver
Barbara Holmstrom
I was sitting beside a beaver pond and watching a beaver as it swam. It eventually climbed up onto the shore had once it finally noticed me sitting there it had a startled look upon it's face.
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paul gallant
two beavers making themselves pretty
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yellow birch
Jane LeBlanc
Our national symbol, the beaver, tried to bite off more than he could chew!!
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Beaver
Claude Piche
As I was exploring the shore of the Outaouais river a bever was eating neer the shore.
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Beaver
Shawn Logan
Walked up on some beaver hard at work one early morning.
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Beaver
Mabel Lazecki
Reflections. Very overcast skies but still produced a reflection of the beaver as he was sliding back into the water.
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Beaver
Mabel Lazecki
After a swim this beaver swam to shore and combed his fur.
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Beaver
Mabel Lazecki
After watching this beaver swim around and slap his tail he decided to swim to shore and comb the water from his fur.
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Canadian Beaver
Mabel Lazecki
This beaver was sitting under a barb wire fence when I caught sight of him. He then proceeded to swim into the water. He swam splashing his tail, then swam back on land and cleaned himself. I watched him for a couple hours.
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Canadian Goose
Brenda McKay
I was canoeing on Lake Wakamao and came across this mother goose nesting on a beaver dam. I almost missed her as she blended in so well with the sticks and mud.
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Beaver
Elisabeth Racine
We went to Reserve Roouge-Mattawin to fish, and take photo, all always carry my canon camera anywhere, and suddently a beaver emerge from water near us. I took this picture.
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Brian Wallace
Looking west from the Lodge grounds we can see a stump cut down by a beaver and the tall trees with mountains in the background.
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Beaver
Alison Jamieson
Evening on the Bay
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Beaver
Mabel Lazecki
While driving one Saturday morning I happened to see a beaver sitting along side a slough in the ditch. I sat and watched him for a couple hrs. He swan and came on shore and groomed himself. He slapped his tail a few times, like he was putting on a show for me.
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Beaver
Susan Heaven
The Beaver Waltz (I have never seen beavers in the wild, dance like they did this evening!)
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mary hindle
A little ice wasn't going to stop this busy beaver
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Beaver
Mickey Watkins

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Beaver
Tom Lusk
The setting sun turns the still waters of the St. Lawrence River to gold as a beaver sets out for the evening.
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Beaver
Jacques Pelletier
A surprise encounter because this large beaver walked through the marsh and reached the trees along its shore. I watched it climb a tree and once it decided to take a lunch break, I could finally take some photos.
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Alanna Dumonceaux
A lightning storm rolls in at sunset making the low clouds a brilliant pink which reflects on the beaver pond below while the wind blows hard against the grasses
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Beaver
Richard Main
Beaver running into the sunset providing great reflections
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Beaver
Richard Main
Beaver was running along side of the highway straight into the sunset providing great reflections.
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canadian beaver
paul gallant
on one of my fishing expedition I came upon them two beavers grooming and bonding
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Beaver (castor canadensis)
James Tuckerman
Saw this beaver by the riverbank while walking beside the river near Springbank Park, London, Ontario on a cold February afternoon.
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Beaver
Susan Heaven
On a warm spring evening, standing along the creek bed, following this fellow as he worked his way back to the lodge.
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Beaver
Susan Heaven
I couldn't work out why the sapling was defying nature and moving up against the current and then all came into view!
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Randy Barkhouse
A beaver kit earnestly paddled back to the lodge with a weed in his teeth, amidst the distorted, colorful reflection of the trees and plants on the banks of its pond. I watched this one of a pair of kits for an hour as they carried on daily activities one morning in a pond on my woodlot.
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Beaver
Randy Barkhouse
Two beaver kits were exploring the banks of their pond on my woodlot. I caught this close-up using my Canon Powershot 50, of one just before it snipped off the wildflower and swam back to their lodge with it. Besides the facial appearance I was struck by the kit's front foot claws.
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Beaver
Julie O'Regan
A family of Beavers enjoying a day at the park
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Canadian Beaver
Elena Kreuzberg
I spotted this beaver, when it was sitting near the bank on the distance of several meters from me, cranching by teeth and feasting on leaves and stems. I had "wrong" camera and "wrong" (macro) lens, but took several shots.
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Beaver
Britiny Neil
Beaver knawing sticks
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Beaver
Paul Kelly
I was trying to capture a waterfall picture and this beautiful beaver comes across the paved highway and heads into the water. It swam up the stream of water and passed right beside us.
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Grey Wolf
Julie DeRoche
It is a real shame that these great Canadian Icons continue to be hunted, snared and trapped. It is such a rarity to even see one. I was fortunate enough to come upon this very thin lone wolf checking out a beaver home last March and was able to take several photos without it ever knowing I was there. What a great thrill.
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Beaver
Julie DeRoche
We have a beaver pond close to our home and the two adult beavers are quite used to my visits allowing me some close photography although the light was getting low.
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Beaver
Mabel Lazecki
This beaver picture was taken February 24/2013. This beaver was gathering willows from the ditch. Maybe they are running out of food. Or is spring coming soon?
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Jim Walling
I came across this beautiful setting while out for a drive.
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Debbie Oppermann
Caught this Beaver eating its "greens" on a partially frozen river
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Julie DeRoche
I was hoping to get a photo of a moose on this early fall morning from my canoe. When nothing showed and I started to leave I took one last look over my shoulder and saw this lovely back lit scene.
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Wild Gray Wolf
Julie DeRoche
I quietly approached this pond and found this single, very thin wolf checking out the beaver home. I had no tripod so had to lay down on the ground behind a rock and rest my camera with a 70-300mm lens on my camera bag to steady this shot.
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Beaver
Melanie MacMillan
Driving by in car saw a beaver swimming had never see one in the wild until this year......such an awesome experience
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Evidence of Beavers
Brenda Dean
This photo was taken in a community - evidence that a beaver had been in the area but no siting of any beavers!!
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beaver pond/stump
jennifer hamlin
beautiful still day with perfect reflections. hard to resist taking a picture of it.
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beaver
Tina McAuley
This beaver was swimming along the river heading to Rock Lake and was illuminated by the setting sun
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Beaver
Liam Dunn
Sleepy Beaver. While Fishing on the Nort Saskatchewan River, near a beaver lodge I typically visit, I found this big guy asleep on the mud sunning himself. I knew they were very comfortable with me being there, but this was still funny!
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Beaver
Jaliya Rasaputra
Mud Lake near Ottawa during evening sunset I found this beaver swimming with the water reflecting the sunset colours
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Beaver
Donald Garness
Our campsite was located on this swamp part of the park with a beavers damn, beavers swimming out everyday.
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Michelle Ducharme
Beeing on the site for Beaver trapping aroung his little house.
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Beaver, Canadian
Jane McIntosh
When I'm out on nature walks, I'm always seeing Beaver briefly and from a distance. When I was at the Toronto Zoo, the Beaver were very active. It was educational to see them up close; however, the lighting was low and it was difficult to get a sharp exposure. You can see that the fur is wet as well as some ice on the whiskers.
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Beaver
Dani Tschudin
The ever Iconic canadian Beaver in a different light
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Beaver
Peter Vaudry
As the sun sets the beavers at this lodge come out to eat before work on the dam begins
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Rick Courtney
Was hiking a new area for me on a cold dreary day in late fall when I stumbled upon this beaver pond. I thought the dead trees and grass looked interesting in the flat light.
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Beaver
laurenz baars
Nothing is more Canadian than a beaver, and when you get a chance to photograph one like this you just have to take it and share it!
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Beaver
Janet Neufeld
Driving down the road and caught a quick glimpse. So we stopped and watched and managed to get a picture before he disappeared.
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Beaver
Debbie Oppermann
Along the Speed River in Guelph there are a few Beaver homes and when out hiking along the trail, spotted the beaver heading home
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Beaver
Marsha Lomis
The Humber River runs through the Greater Toronto Area, and part of it lies in back of us. I enjoy sitting by the river at the end of the day. One autumn evening, this beaver came swimming by at sunset, stopping to munch on grasses by the river's edge. I was lucky enough to be in the right spot at the right time to capture his portrait in action!
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Beaver
Dylan Phillips
I was photographing with my Grampa in Algonquin and we stopped to photograph the beaver. There are many lakes in the park with lots of wildlife. Grampa told me to get low to take the picture.
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Beaver/Castor Canadenis
Dave Hughes
This beaver was enjoying an early spring evening with ice still on the pond.
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sierra sampson
I took the picture for a Science Fair project where I looked at changes in the beavers lodge and dams for three months. I think that the beaver wanted the dam to be more stable because we walked on it to get to the other side and to fix a little leak that was there the last time. I took it with my mom'd camera and zoomed in.
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Beaver
Dani Mr. T
This feller was tale slapping for a warning and after a few try's I was able to capture the sequence
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Beaver
Emmie Bowers
While snowshoeing along a roadway I noticed some activity in the ditch and there was this Beaver covered in snow and icicles.
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Beaver
Darren Dare
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North American Beaver
Ron Sjollema
The Beaver. The second largest rodent in the world. The Northern American beaver population was once more than 60 million, but now not more than 12 million. Being hunted for fur and have the ability to flood waterways which interferes with other land uses does not help. But this beaver is doing his thing in a little stream close to our house. He is not bothering anybody. So the only thing this beaver has is being a photo opportunity for the guy with the camera.
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Beaver
Darren Dare
"Canadian Icon" While paddling on Big Bob Lake in Algonquin I snapped this shot of a busy guy out for a swim and a meal
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beaver
Aidan McPhail
We were canoeing and I borrrowed my dad's camera to take a photo of this beaver house. There is also a log the beaver had been eating in the water.
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A Beaver
Abby Van Diemen
This was the very first beaver I have ever seen, and I didn't know what it was at first. We watched 2 beavers that day and got to see their home.
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Beaver
Stuart Oikawa
This beaver gave me the eye as he preened himself on the edge of this pond, at Fort Whyte.