Common Concerns & Safety Issues

Water flow disruption and possible flooding 
Beavers are mother nature's tree service  

Customers & Locations

Athletic Fields
Golf Courses
Lake Front Properties
Private Communities
Industrial Sites
Business Parks
County Governments

Professional Solutions

  • Program design
  • Population control
  • Exclusion/ create inhospitable environments
  • Repellents   


Grouping Mammalia/ Castor Canadensis 
Nicknames "Busy beaver", "Mr. Chipper", and  @#$%^&*!
Best Known For Beavers are able to topple trees and build homes using nothing but their powerful jaws and strong teeth. They can change to adapt to their environment in ways that most animals cannot.  
Life Span Approximately 16 years
Mating Season Beavers mate in January and February. Males and females usually sexually mature between the ages of 2 and 3. Females however, sexually mature at 2.5 years old.  
Reproductive Details Females give birth to 1 litter per year and each litter usually has between 1 and 4 kits.
Dispersal Although long distance dispersals are not uncommon, parents typically travel less than 3 miles away from their kits. Dispersal takes place after the snow melts.
Habitat They live in an abundance of wetland areas including ponds, marshes, streams, and rivers. Beavers build their home, known as a "lodge" using a variety of resources including but not limited to sticks, grass, moss, saplings, and much more.

Integrated Wildlife Management is our comprehensive and effective one-stop solution. This approach brings together the six necessary elements to successfully resolve wildlife / human conflicts and when possible, safely relocate wildlife to a more suitable habitat.