European beaver appeared near the Peszér-forest

The European beaver is becoming more common in the Danube-Tisza River and has proven data from Upper Kiskunság.

The natural permanent waters of the area, the marshes have disappeared due to the groundwater subsidence, but permanent water channels can provide shelter for many protected species.

The poplar trees fell by the beaver were found in the Danube Valley Canal, a few kilometers from the Peszér-forest, with children from Kunpeszér who took part in the current Fowler lesson.

(report and photo by Csaba Vadász)

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