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Manitoba Conservation removes Beaver Dam at Star Lake

Posted on: September 30, 2014  |  

Photos taken by a WCA Lake Director show Manitoba Conservation removing a beaver dam at Star Lake in the South Whiteshell District.

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One response to “Manitoba Conservation removes Beaver Dam at Star Lake”

  1. Tracey Nchols says:

    Really!!!! The pond looks like a complete mess since all of this nonsense began. From Hwy 44 it looks like it’s gone stagnant. It once was a beautiful spot to watch ducks and turtles and dare I say “beavers” in their natural habitat. Stay in the city if you aren’t into embracing the wildlife that surrounds the lakes and forests. Where does it end?

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