Written by Auntie Jean

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Topics: Beaver, Scottish, River

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

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Wet Beaver

The introduction of fresh Beaver from Norway dubbed the Norwegian Pole Beaver has continued successfully this year.

First introduced in 1979, the wild Norwegian Beaver has proved to be extremely beneficial to river Fauna all over Scotland.

The Beavers build dams in rivers enabling midges to lay eggs near the water. The midge population has been successfully boosted since the Beaverisation project began and is now so high that even Ray Mears has to have a head to foot midge suit on to enter Scotland.

The midge suit is similar to a bee keeper's protective suit and must be worn at all times in Scotland.

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