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What do Beavers eat?
Beavers mainly eat leaves, twigs, and the inner bark of aspen trees, cottonwood, alder, birch, willow, and a variety of other deciduous trees. Beavers sometimes eat ferns, grasses, aquatic plants, shrubs, and human crops like corn and beans. If food is scarce, beavers may also eat coniferous trees like pine and fir.
How do Beavers affect fish?
Beaver activity has the potential to offer both positive and negative impacts for fish species, including salmonids (Collen Gibson, 2001). It is entirely appropriate to compare beaver fish interactions in Norway with those that may be seen in Scotland.
Do Beavers eat aspen trees?
Aside from aspen and poplar, though, beavers will eat leaves and twigs off of many trees, especially willow, black cherry, cottonwood, birch, and alder. Beavers don limit their taste buds to leaves and bark though.
Where do beavers store their food?
However, food is not kept in the sleeping and living areas. Adult beavers collect twigs, bark, and other favored food items during times of abundant food. They bring them back to their lodge and store them in a special location called a food cache.