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Beaver in Libby Hill park?

I was in Libby Hill Park tonight and saw this guy run in to a gutter near the bottom of the park on the cobble stone in to what looked like a drainage hole that needs maintenance. I got pretty close to him before he freaked out and disappeared all the way in to the hole.

Strange site for Church Hill.

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History Replays Today
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Ground hog, not beaver. There I a whole family that has lived there for a while.
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It’s a woodchuck! I’ve seen them in Libby Hill Park and at the base of the hill near the 26th Street steps.

Elaine Odell
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yup, that’s definitely a ground hog. we/ve seen em from time to time in Chimborazo park in the “wildlife” area. very shy; also known as “whistle pigs” due to the whistling sound they make to warn other groundhogs when danger is approaching (e.g. human, dog, etc.)

Pierce
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Pierce

Hmm? I thought we were talking about another type of beaver…

Michael Taliaferro
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That Kangaroo stole my ball!

gordo the barbarian
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gordo the barbarian

Its a honey badger

Jfos
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Jfos

That beaver has been in the park the last 6 years. We’ve seen it walking our dogs. It’s always budy scurrying around.

clay st resident
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clay st resident

Wow, that’s pretty amazing Jfos. Do you think I could get it to walk my cats too?

(Sorry, I couldn’t resist).

Mr. Superior
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Mr. Superior

I’m surprised no one has claimed its a historic contributing animal to the district.

Brett
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Brett

Aren’t the parks just looking lovely this time of year with traffic cones and weeds and broken sidewalks? Just wonderful.