Beaver The beaver ( Castor canadensis ) is North America's largest rodent. The beaver's scientific name is descriptive of the castor glands which are located near the base of the tail.
Beaver facts While evidence of beaver activity in an area are easy to spot, this beneficial mammal is rarely seen. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions.
15 Baker, B. W., and E. P. Hill. 2003. Beaver (Castor canadensis). Pages 288-310 in G. A. Feldhamer, B. C. Thompson, and J. A. Chapman, editors.
IDENTIFICATION The beaver is the largest North American rodent . Most adults weigh between 35 and 50 pounds, with some reaching 70 to 100 pounds. The beaver is a stocky rodent adapted for aquatic environments.
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The Beaver Castor canadensis The beaver, Castor canadensis, is the largest rodent in North America. It is easily recognized by its large, flat, bare, scaled tail and fully webbed rear feet.
Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Page 1 INTRODUCTION This Data Dictionary defines the features that are included with the Beaver County GIS data that is available to the general public.