Animals / beavers Rio Grande Beaver April 23, 2017January 25, 2020 Timothy Price18 Comments http://photos.tandlphotos.com/blog/2017/4/rio-grande-beaver Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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What a treat.
Buona settimana Timothy 🙂
Grazie, Simona! I wish you a wonderful week, also. All the kitties say “Ciao” with their meows.
Ricambia ai gattini 🙂
That thing is huge!
No a critter you want gnawing on your leg. Thanks, Teri!
Or your favorite tree or your house…
There are several elm trees the beavers are welcome to.
I went over to the full posting. Wow, with the beaver, Canada Goose and deciduous growth, it looks like Muskoka in northern Ontario in Canada. Beautiful shots!
With the high water from spring runoff the narrow band of bosque that runs along both sides of the Rio Grande are very green and wet looking. But it is really very dry here. Thanks, Resa.
Wow, hard to believe it’s dry.
We average about 8 inches or less of precipitation a year. In the first 6 1/2 months of 2013, we got less than a 1/2 of precipitation. Then we got torrents of rain during our monsoon season from the middle of July to the end of September. During that time we got our 8 inches of rain for the year.
That is a big-ass beaver!!
It made me about that mean old, murderous sow in your “Peals Before Swine” serial. Thanks, Cathy.
There is a resemblance…😊
Enjoyed the beaver pictures…and wonder what the monster was?
I believe the monster was a log that bobbed in the water looking very much alive in the low light.