Beversafari is a good idea to spend your free time in the fresh air in beautiful surroundings.
You can encounter beavers living in their natural habitat here.
After a canoeing trip from the beach to the rope park we reach the place of our rodent’s search.

The beaver is a big, partially night and water animal.
It is considered to be the largest rodent of Eurasia: the bodyweight of an adult animal reaches 29 kg and body length up to 110 cm.

The beaver is one of the few species that can adapt the environment to their own needs.
Thanks to their exceptionally strong incisors, beavers can cut very thick trees up to 1 m in diameter.
The most characteristic traces of beavers’ functioning in the environment are dams they build.

The beaver has the highest ratio of brain to body mass among rodents,
which is reflected in their behavior and ability to act not only instinctively but also logically.
Beavers are able to construct steps from branches and mud
to be able to climb higher and reach an element of an erected structure or overcome an obstacle.

An anxious beaver also often adopts a characteristic pose.
He lifts his head at a 45° angle, opens his mouth, pulls down his lower lip showing incisors, and remains still.
The beaver encountering a man stands in front of him, sticks slightly to the ground, and beats his tail against the ground.
The tail serves the beaver also to clap at the surface of the water when the animal wants to alert its fellow humans to the imminent danger.

The European beaver is a plant-eater.
The old belief that beavers hunt for fish is untrue.
The beaver can feed on almost all available parts of coastal and water plants.

To enjoy the beaver hunt to the full, take your camera/phone, good boots, mosquito protection.