Winnipeg Beaver!

On the way home today I caught an interesting story on the radio.  Apparently someone had filmed gorgeous beaver on Main Street in Winnipeg.  Obviously I consider Winnipeg to be a total beaver hot spot.  Given our close proximity to many beautiful lakes and beaches you would expect to see a huge population of the furry critters.

Not this kind of Eager Beaver silly.

This video was shot at night on the main street strip, apparently this lonely creature was trying to find a home for the night and got caught on tape.  If you listen closely you can hear the cameraman whistling to attract the beavers attention.  Some beaver I would guess love being whistled at, this one seems a bit on the shy side.

THIS kind of beaver.

Without further delay and double entendre on my part I give you Winnipeg Beaver.  Enjoy!

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10 responses to “Winnipeg Beaver!

  1. Awww so cute! 🙂

    • I knew that you love “The Beaver” Ivy. TEE HEE HEE.
      Glad you liked the video, now I am going to run before you slap me!!

  2. Better run fast! 🙂

  3. Ahhh, I do love the thought of beavers… 🙂

    • Can you believe that some people who saw my title for this post were thinking it was a pornographic entry? I don’t know where they would get that idea?

      The title clearly states beaver, and that’s exactly what I delivered. TEE HEE.

  4. Aww, poor little guy seems lost! What was he doing walking down the mean streets of urban Winnipeg? Did he find his way back to the dam?

    • I am sure that he or she was just fine. Near the end of the video you can see it heading off to the left towards a walkway. That is on a bridge over the Assiniboine river. That river happens to be flooding right now but I am sure that it found a place to crash for the night. There are a few wooded lots around there so our beaver friend probably slipped back into the river and found a better spot to go for a walk.

      Pretty sure she didn’t end up as a hat.

  5. Since we got the cattle moved out of the bosque of the Santa Fe River a decade ago – and willows and cottonwoods back in place – everything we expected has happened. The return of reptiles and rodent and raptors and every other bird in the book.

    And two years ago, the beavers arrived.

    • My apologies good sir. I found this comment languishing in the spam bin.
      I have taken measures to see that you do not end up there again.

      Thanks again for progress reports on your own land. Beavers are indeed a sign of a healthy ecosystem.