The Beaver Problem
Beavers are a significant problem and huge expense for authorities and property owners alike. In New York in 1993 Beaver harm was reported at about 2,000 properties, resulting in $5.5 million worth of damage. That’s roughly $2,750 of property damage per site. In Arkansas research conducted in 2000 estimated that the expenses associated with beaver damage was $35 million.
The Old Methods For Beaver Control
Property owners and authorities have had very few options in regards to controlling where a beaver will construct its dam. Most methods of beaver control start off using the old manual method that involves physically removing the dam every day or so as the beaver rebuilds the dam each night. This technique gets very tiring and expensive once you are paying someone to remove the dam everyday. The next step most individuals take involves assembling huge and highly obtrusive fences or cages to try and prevent beavers from building their dams and if that fails they end up hiring trappers to kill the beavers. That needs a special permit in most states and can be rather costly since the trappers charge for their support if they kill the problem beavers or not.
The better choice for beaver control is The Beaver Defeater and Sarasota Animal Control.
With the Beaver Defeater there is not any need to assemble large expensive and highly obtrusive cages and fences which will still require cleaning. Simply toss the Beaver Defeater’s transducer into the water and change the rechargeable battery that’s located onshore every few weeks. The Beaver Defeater will not hurt or kill the problem beaver it will only keep it away from the area that you want to protect. It will protect a property from issue beavers that could potentially lead to thousands of dollars in property damage if left unattended. It’s the only electronic device that uses state of art underwater acoustic technologies to keep beavers away from crucial areas.
Key Benefits of this Beaver Defeater
* Doesn’t affect other marine wildlife.
* Will not impact the migration patterns of fish.