Someone had tossed green twigs in water after running out of the brush pile delivered by Highway Superintendent #yankeetownpond #yankeetownpondecosystem A photo posted by @yankeetownpond on Jun 30, 2015 at 9:02pm PDT Looks like we need more brush for the beaver to rebuild the dam with!
In my earlier post, I showed photos of a rock structure whose purpose was unknown to me. In response to the photos, I received an email from one of the residents. I know about the rock pile. If you walk along the earth dam you can see several spots where water has overflowed that dam during […]
The beaver has been hard at work, using the branches the Highway superintendent brought in. #yankeetownpond #yankeetownpondecosystem A photo posted by @yankeetownpond on Jun 25, 2015 at 3:07am PDT This morning when I returned to the pond, I was stunned by what I saw. The beaver had been working hard rebuilding the dam! It […]
During our Saturday “Meet the Artist,” I was informed that the pile of brush was brought in by the Highway Superintendent for the resident beaver to use in rebuilding the dam. Some of the residents threw the brush into water to make it accessible to the beaver. Sunday brought heavy rain, so I was wondering if the branches […]
This week’s Woodstock Times revealed the mystery behind the breached beaver dam of Yankeetown Pond. It was a result of an error on a job ordered by Woodstock Highway department: “Superintendent Mike Reynolds said the removal was done in error by a crew that misunderstood his instruction to clear out a diversion channel that […]
This scene was documented on May 4th, 2015. There were a large number of toads, almost all of them in pairs, with a smaller male on the back of a female, in a puddle right by the road created by high water level.