Beaver causing damage in Colorado Springs relocated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Colorado Parks and Wildlife relocated a beaver recently that was causing damage in Colorado Springs.
The wildlife agency provided a brief update on the operation and why it occurred:
“CPW’s Bret Mathers released this beaver in Dome Rock SWA after it was causing damage in [Colorado Springs,]” part of a tweet reads. “Beavers create and restore wetlands and improve habitats for a wide range of species.”
Dome Rock State Wildlife Area is in Teller County southwest of Divide.
Click here for more on beavers from Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
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