Come out to Minneopa State Park to go looking for signs of North America’s largest rodent on March 26th (Saturday) at 1:00 p.m.  Join Scott Kudelka, Minneopa Area Naturalist to learn about some of the unique characteristics of beaver and how they can survive the cold and snow of winter.  Pre-registration is required for this program by sending an email to [email protected]  


This aquatic mammal spends a great amount of time in the water and has the ability to change the environment around it.  As the largest rodent in North America, the beaver has had a major effect on the continent’s history.  The program will also cover the ecology of beavers and some of its physical adaptations.


There is no charge to attend this event, but vehicles are required to have a permit ($7 daily or $35 year-round) which can be purchased at the park.