Three young beavers spotted at Knapdale

beaver-trial-logoA BUMPER brood of three young beavers has been spotted by eagle-eyed watchers in the forests of Knapdale, Mid Argyll.

The discovery was made in the past two weeks by spotters from the Scottish Beaver Trial, which began a project to revitalise the area’s beaver population in 2009.

The three young beavers, known as kits, were born earlier this summer and are the largest number to be born to any one pair since the trial began.

For more see the Argyllshire Advertiser, August 10 2012 or on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital from the same date.

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