June 17th 5:00 am: Two beavers seen, one mudding the dam, one eating branches. HP JR
June 14 5:00 am: Two beavers seen, one chewing noisily, one swimming. HP JR
May 22nd 2:00 am: Moses Silva films beavers mating. MS
May 16th 5:00 am: Beaver building and mudding the dam. Mother mallard with 9 tiny babies, small pond turtle. HP JR
May 15th 5:45 am: Beaver swimming towards bank hole on right, and another beaver emerging from hole on the left. HP JR MS
May 9th 7:15-8:30 pm: Big Beaver swam down the middle under the footbridge and possible second beaver. SB
May 8th 5:30 am: No beavers seen, 1 raccoons and three mallards. HP JR
May 7th 3:00 am: Moses films two beavers exhibiting bonding behavior. Looks like we have a mated pair.
May 5th, 5:45 am: Two beavers seen, one mudding the dam. HP, JR, MS
May 4th, 3:00 am Moses Silva films two beavers by the new little dam.
March: New little dam appears down stream, we start watching its progress.
March 12th, 5:45 pm: Large Beaver seen by creek monkey taking branch from bank. LK
September 13th – 7:30pm – No beavers were seen down at the footbridge. One beaver was seen at the Ward Street site and it was up on the bank chewing on a tree.HP, JR
September 7th – 6:00am – Two beavers were seen at Ward Street eating and play wrestling. JR
September 5th – 6:00am – one beaver at Ward street excavating something in the water upstream from the bridge. JR
September 2nd – 8:00pm – Saw one beaver under the Ward St. bridge eating the willow.CR
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!