A beaver swims in Putah Creek. Nature lovers are alarmed that local officials plan on scaring off beavers and otters to finish a rehab project.
A beaver swims in Putah Creek. Nature lovers are alarmed that local officials plan on scaring off beavers and otters to finish a rehab project. Andrew Seng Andrew Seng
A beaver swims in Putah Creek. Nature lovers are alarmed that local officials plan on scaring off beavers and otters to finish a rehab project. Andrew Seng Andrew Seng

Winters in uproar over Putah Creek beavers, otters

June 20, 2015 11:00 AM

UPDATED June 20, 2015 11:34 PM

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