Check your emails and you can view the data for your zone since 2012
We will add your photos to our gallery and will be selcecting one winner from each of three categories:
These wil be $25 gift cards to Tractor Supply or Sportsmans Warehouse
Also, If you haven't picked your team name, please do so now! We have most bu not all submissions.
Last year, Idaho Fish and Game's Dan Garren expanded the trapping season by a month, the impact on all of the beaver populations is unknown. Your counting effort will be directly relayed to the agency staff responsible for ensuring that our, I mean YOUR, watershed remains vibrant. Now , more than ever we need census information that can tell us what effect these decisions have on beaver populatons.
In 2022, the district Ranger approved the construction of "Beaver Dam Analogues", with little understanding of their impact on beaver populations. They assumed that the organization would herald the deployment of the "majic bullet "of watershed restoration. We did not. Currently, about 1/3 of the 90 or so dams have been installed on the South of the Mink. We need eyes, pictures, stories and your completed log sheet to give us the first data point on the effect of these structures on actual beaver. Artificial dams have also been constructed on the West Fork. Will beaver majically appear? We need to know.
Your watershed is like your community: Respect it and it will take care of you. (Video by Mitch Popa)
Plugged culvert? Trying installing a BeaverDeciever (tm). We can help. Fill out a questionnaire here.
Are we racing towards drought? Will there be sufficient water for the future? What are the solutions. Check out our newest video that answers some of these questions
Flat-tailers are what we call our beaver volunteers. Please donate to help them continue their studies in outdoor leadership.
Want a deeper dive on beaver behavior? What about conflicts? Water quality? Learn more by consulting these resources
We couldn't do it without our FABULOUS sponsors!
Want to help in other ways? We may need material or services. Perhaps we are looking for some truck hauling or something you can do from home? Click the "Volunteer" button below and find a list of services or other ways you can help. You might be surprised! (Photo: ISU leadership students help others by leading them on snowshoe excursions into the Watershed.
Joan is showing a future flat-tailer how beavers help with the watershed
We are a community-based organization focused on helping make the natural world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless volunteers, we organize fundraisers, fund community-building events, and host in-depth training for our volunteers.
Are you passionate about watershed conservation? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team! beaver conservation beaver damage control
Thank you to all who helped out with BeaverDamJam-Idaho. Special thanks to those who donated items for the Raffle (Sportsmans and CAL Ranch); the silent auction (to many to count) and Countless volunteers who helped. Also, special shout out to Teran Engle who ran the sound for us. You rocked it!
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