When I visited the Valley in September it was more gold than green.
This one built primarily of rocks.
I wish I knew more about beavers. As it is I have no idea if these dams are the work of the juveniles learning how to build dams or the work of adults intended to slow the water and protect the main dam.
Speaking of the main dam, it continues to grow.
The confluence of Lost (on left) and Wildcat Creeks (right) as they form Chico Creek.
The tangle of sticks on Lost Creek is just that, a tangle of sticks; no sign of beaver activity
There is another beaver dam; this one on Chico Creek. Here is a an area near the dam that the beavers have clear cut.
Until Next Time