Leave it to beavers, blocking streets in Bellingham

The Bellingham Police Division (BPD) was stored busy over the weekend responding to beavers blocking visitors.

BPD responded to Aldrich Street after reviews of beavers on the highway.

Drivers have been involved for his or her security. One beaver fled the scene. The opposite was transferring a lot slower, presumably as a result of harm.

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The one beaver that didn’t run (if that’s the precise time period) turned up close to Meridian Avenue and Telegraph Street and continued to be a visitors hazard.

BPD took the beaver into protecting custody and transported it to the Whatcom Humane Society and The Washington Division of Fish and Wildlife.

Hopefully, the animal will get the assistance it wants and quit dwelling dangerously on the streets of Bellingham. Regardless of their cute look, BPD asks that if extra beavers are noticed, the general public name its non-emergency dispatch line at (360) 676-6911.

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