Beavers in the Best of the Web Directory

Beavers

  • Alaska Fish and Game: Beaver

    Provides overview, lifespan, appearance, behavior, habitat, dens and lodges, mating, food habits, predators, and economic importance.

  • American Beaver (Castor canadensis)

    Details range, habitat, physical description, reproduction, longevity, behavior, food habits, and status. From University of Michigan's Animal Diversity Web.

  • Animal Diversity: Beavers (Family Castoridae)

    Combines images with information about family size, behavior, history, characteristics, impact on the ecosystem, and social structure.

  • Beavers: Castoridae

    Offers link to species account, geographic range, conservation status, physical characteristics, habitat, diet, behavior and reproduction, and interaction with people.

  • Enchanted Learning: Beaver

    Printable coloring page heads overview, lodges and dams, anatomy, diet, and predators.

  • Eurasian Beaver (Castor fiber)

    University of Michigan gives classification, geographic range, habitat, physical description, reproduction, longevity, behavior, food habits, and status through Animal Diversity Web page.

  • Mongolian Beaver

    Earth's Endangered Creatures article lists scientific name, group, date and area listed, range, population, characteristics, lodges, habitat, appearance, diet, reproduction, threats, and conservation plans.

  • National Geographic: Beaver (Castor canadensis)

    Page includes range map, photograph, species overview, fast facts, sound clip, video, and printable factsheet.

  • NatureWorks: Beaver - Castor canadensis

    Provides pictures, classification, physical description, locations, habitat, usual diet, mating, caring for the young, lifespan, social structure, and interaction with the environment.

  • Rolling Hills Wildlife: Beaver

    Factsheet compiles scientific details, population status, locations and preferred habitat, physical information, fast facts, special features, and reproduction.

  • Virtual Zoo: Beaver (Castor canadensis)

    Pioneer Middle School page includes common and scientific names, classification, size, appearance, habitat and range of different species, population, diet, predators, and remarks.

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