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SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 2010

Beaver Tales in Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park

The Lost Lagoon in Stanley Park is one of the most popular regions of the Park - both for humans and the creatures which call it home. From dozens of varieties of birds to skunks, squirrels, raccoons and other animals, there are plenty of opportunities to see some of Vancouver's critter residents. One of its most famous is the Beaver which resides at the mouth of the creek which leads into the Lost Lagoon. Named Hudson (for Hudson's Bay Company) by a Park regular, this Beaver comes out to gather food during the evening hours and can often be spotted eating freshly cut branches near its home. Come to Stanley Park one evening to see this amazing Canadian creature!

Hudson the Beaver snacking on a willow branch near his home in the Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.Beaver pulling a branch in Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.Stanley Park is home to many different creatures, many of which are located on the north- west Lost Lagoon region of the Park.

One of the Lagoon's most popular Beaver eating with a duck wading nearby in the Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.Hudson the Beaver fattening up for the winter in the Lost Lagoon, Stanley in Vancouver, British Columbia.residents is the Beaver which lives at the mouth of the creek which runs into the Lagoon.

Playfully named Hudson (in honour of the Hudson's Bay Company) by a Park regular, the Beaver eating willow branches along the edge of the Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.Close up of Beaver in the Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.Beaver can often be spotted in the twilight hours grabbing a snack of young branches from along the shoreline.

Come on down and come see the Lost Lagoon Beaver!






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