This works? I didn't no realize.
Oh good luck, where there's a will they'll find a way!
Looks like they ahave been for a haw before you added the wire.
Hope this saves your tree. It would be used to deter other animals where I live.
oh, wow! sure hope it works for you!thanks for linking in!
That looks very familiar after living on The Lake of the Ozarks and having two beavers take down 28 of our trees in the woods. We finally had to call Missouri Conservation and have them come trap them! We use that to keep the pileated woodpeckers from the base of our trees and deer. I am pretty sure that will help! Fingers crossed for you!!!
protecting the tree sure makes this one a GOOD fence.
keeping someone out, keeping something in or OFF, doing it's job beautifully!! i like all these clever fences!!
Wow, they've done some major sharpening/grounding down of their teeth on that tree, haven't they! Uh oh....your house is made of logs, lol. Might want to keep that in mind when you see beaver teeth about 5 ft long heading your way!Xoxoxo
I've seen that before and wondered what its use was. Hope this keeps those pesky critters away!
I hope your fence saves your tree! Looks like they've been busy!
Good idea to protect the tree from the beavers.. They do a lot of damage. Have a happy weekend!
Good Morning from Japan;Wow, beaver damage!!! I wish it will work. Well, I want to see beaver p;)Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs, xoxo Miyako*
Hope it is not too late to save it.
I hope it works. Beavers are fun to watch...from afar!
UH-oh! Naughty beavers in your neighbourhood!
Oh wow, I do hope that helps with the beavers.
That poor tree sure needs a good fence to keep the beavers away.Thanks for your visit to my blog and your nice comment.
i found you - we have this happening to many trees around our neck of the woods. those beavers are so busy. i guess the have plans. maybe a new home or such ... silly guys. have a great weekend. & thank you so much for stopping by my place. ( :