Beaver, great blue heron at Cornell, USA


This video from Cornell University in the USA says about itself:

15 August 2016

In this clip, a beaver forages around the edge of the Sapsucker Woods Pond before slipping into the water and swimming amidst the lily pads.

This video from Cornell University in the USA says about itself:

16 August 2016

In this clip a Great Blue Heron is seen wading in the ponds of Sapsucker Woods. It can be seen taking long strides in between bouts of scanning over the pond.

THIS BEAVER HAD NO TIME FOR ARTIFICIAL TREES The wayward woodland creature trashed a store after spotting the fake Christmas trees. We couldn’t even make this up. [HuffPost]

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