Three beavers found dead on Northwestern University campus raise questions about their demise

John Landecker

ZASAVICA, SERBIA-MONTENEGRO: A beaver explores its new home on the 670-hectare natural “Zasavica” reserve along what once was a river and is now a marshland 22 April 2004 in Zasavica. The re-introduced animals are expected to settle and continue the natural process of migration. German and local environmentalists released 30 beavers brought from the Regensburg area in eastern Bavaria. AFP PHOTO/KOCA SULEJMANOVIC (Photo credit should read KOCA SULEJMANOVIC/AFP via Getty Images)

Margaret Frisbe, executive director of Friends of the Chicago River, joins John Landecker to talk about the mysterious case of a beaver family on Northwestern University’s campus. Frisbe explains the importance of beavers to the local ecosystem and why maintaining a healthy relationship with beavers is essential.

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