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Kentucky Color - Beaver Pond

Traditional beaver lodge is not in traditional beaver pond
Click on headline for Kentucky Color By Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District ForesterKentucky Division of Forestry

This is a traditional beaver lodge (accompanying photo), not the non-traditional bank lodge we saw recently at Beavertown
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Although this is a traditional lodge it is not found in a traditional beaver pond. This location which shall remain anonymous for the present is actually an old, poorly maintained, spring fed farm pond that the beaver have reengineered to their own specifications.

Every day I live I am more infatuated by and more amazed at God's glorious creation.

I just wish folks would turn off the TV, slap a slice of bologna on bread, pour a fruit jar full of homemade tea, get out of the house, pull off the road and live life rather than watching it pass by. - Billy Joe Fudge]



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Kentucky Color: Traditional Beaver Lodge



2012-03-25 - South Central Kentucky - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
Although this is a traditional lodge
it is not found in a traditional beaver pond. This location which shall remain anonymous for the present is actually an old, poorly maintained, spring fed farm pond that the beaver have reengineered to their own specifications. Billy Joe Fudge

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Kentucky Color: Traditional Beaver Lodge, Up Close



2012-03-25 - South Central Kentucky - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
This is a shot of the traditional beaver lodge, up close: It located in a to be anounced secret for now place. The lodge is in an unconventional place, a one tiny modest spring fed farm pond, enhanced and greatly enlarged by the Beaver Corps of Engineers.

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