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The European Beaver Castor fiber was originally hunted to extinction in the UK around 500 years ago. Their dams of branches restrict water flow and create ponds of still, deep water, which reduces the danger of flooding. They transform their local environment by creating new wetland habitats that allow hundreds of other species to return and flourish. Reintroduction schemes in Knapdale, Scotland and in the river Otter, Devon are shown so far to be successful.

Photograph by Nigel Spencer

About Nigel Spencer

across the globe, including many wild places in Britain especially the remote areas of the Hebridean Islands, Orkney and Shetland. “The more I visit these places, the more my passion for these remote areas grows.” Nigel is particularly interested in wildlife in macro, and has photographed all of the 58 species of British butterfly.

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