January 14th – 5:15pm – Two beavers were seen down by the secondary dam. JO
January 3rd – 5:00am - One beaver was seen chewing and working on the secondary dam. The dam is starting to look like a dam again. JR
November 24th – 5:00pm – The beavers had some special visitors tonight and they went home pleased as they were not disappointed. Dad, Mom and the kit were out near the footbridge and secondary dam. It was nice to see the family down by the secondary again. HP, JR
November 15th – 5:00pm – Oh what a great beaver sighting evening. Two of the yearlings came swimming out from the bank holes at the secondary dam and forged around looking for food. They took some branches into their home in the bank. After some time, the kit came out. This was the first time he has been seen down at the secondary in many weeks. He has been spending his time up at Ward Street recently. It was great to see him back down in that area. Another very large beaver appeared and there was a discussion about if it was Dad or not. In all, four beavers were seen including the kit. A great night for beaver watchers. HP, JR, LB
November 9th – 5:00am – One beaver was seen by the foot bridge. HP, JR
November 8th – 5:00pm – Two beavers were seen near the dam site. HP, JR
November 5th – 5:00pm – Two beavers were seen at the footbridge along with 3 raccoons. The kit was seen down near Ward Street, were he has been hanging out. The water level of the creek was very low. HP, JR
October 22 – 6:00 pm – Two beavers at primary mudding dam, (dad and yearling?) and 2 beavers at ward street, kit and yearling. Dark SO early. HP, JR, CR
October 11th – 6:00pm – Four beavers were seen down at the footbridge. They came down from the primary dam. Dad was seen over at the Ward Street site. Everything looked OK. HP, JR
June 6, – Moses Silva filmed mom beaver with a kit at 3:00 am at the primary dam. Seen by LB and CR.
Three kits seen July 15th
Two kits seen June 10th.
First kit seen May 5, 201
June 9th 2010 – Two new Kits swimming between the old and new lodge at 6:00 am. Hooray! HP June 4th – Mom was seen cruising around the main dam at 8:00 PM. She swam up stream to get a willow branch, which she took back to the lodge. No other beavers were seen at that time. LK June 2nd – A yearling was seen this morning around 6:30 AM near the annex and around the old lodge. Haven’t seen the yearlings for quite a while so it seems we at least have one still around. HP June 1st – Mom was seen near the primary dam at 8:00 PM. Soon after another beaver crossed over the dam with a willow branch heading towards the lodge. Also seen were two Mallards. JO May 31st, Mom bringing back a willow branch from the primary dam at 8:30 PM and heading towards the lodge. She was last sighted sitting on the left bank eating some of the willow. LB & LK May 30th, Mom and Dad seen 8:00 pm. CR April 14th, 2010 8:45 pm Dad and yearling. Barn Owl pair. Mother mallard with 7 new ducklings and Mother mallard with 3 older ducklings. Cormorant. Song sparrow pair. March 18th, 2010 7:15 Mom coming home carrying branch February 22, 2010 6:45:Dad carrying tree over second dam.Mom and two yearlings January 23, 2010 7:00 am:Juvenile otter near secondary dam January 11th, 2010 6:45: 2 yearlings and Mom January 10, 2010: Green Heron eating tule perch
December 24th, 2009
Mom filmed at secondary dam, eating tulles. Lots of chewing going on at the primary day. Great and Snowy egret.
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Ryan says 2-15-11
my boyfriend and i decided to take a valentine’s day adventure from san francisco despite the rain and got lucky. just as we were getting impatient, we saw a critter pop its head above the water andheadtothe dam! it was around 7:30-8pm, he or she hopped up on top of the dam andwassnackingonsomething. we tried to get a better look with a flashlight (not smart) and scared the beaver away, but after a short walk we checked back and were surprised to see two beavers! can’t wait to come back when the daylight hours are longer!