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Types of beaver repellents and how they work

Beavers are a kind of pest that destroys trees and vegetation. The damage can be problematic for the affected areas and also can be very dangerous at times. The people who are at a great likelihood of facing different beaver problems are the ones who live very near bodies of water like rivers or lakes. Usually, beavers can create dams that they utilize as their shelter and the dams could become a great issue when it comes to drainage.



The severity of the damage which can be caused by beavers usually depends on how many there are in your area. This means that homeowners need to find an ideal way to make the beavers leave their area and go to a distance that is far enough away that they will not be able to bring about any kind of damage to any property.

There are some things that can help the rodents get a brand new place away from where you live. While no powder or spray exists for the purpose of keeping beavers away, thiram can be applied to plants so as to keep the beavers from chewing them. A stout face can also be helpful in keeping beavers away from ponds or creeks and one can install a drain pipe in order to make sure the water levels are much lower.

Sand and Paint
This is a brilliant way to convince the beavers to make a move. It is also a method that is effective and quite affordable, and lots of people will be able to use it after going to home improvement stores. You will need latex paint as well as sand and you have to mix them together to use as a repellent. When the ingredients have been mixed, it is time to do some painting. The paint should be left to settle and then you can repeat this process in a few weeks, depending on the weather.

Fencing
Fencing around gardens and trees can also prove to be very effective. This is a solution that will require more funds to carry out effectively. However, this is a onetime thing and you won’t have to keep redoing it as is the case with the paint. Use metal fences and make sure they go down low and reach high up.

Trapping
This is also a very effective method that you can either do by yourself or seek services from professionals. The benefit of this is the fact that you will be certain that they will be relocated and you will not have to deal with the same issue on a daily basis. A live trap is a more humane way of catching the beavers, and you will need to check out the laws governing trapping of wildlife within your area.

Pellets and sprays
There are different repellents that you can get at stores to deter beavers. Garden stores and local hardware stores may have these. Go back to the How to get rid of beavers home page.

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