Beaver trapping is still manual time consuming labor and really hasn't changed much through time. Beaver are nocturnal but will be found out swimming in areas that are quiet. Equipment used to catch beaver can be set up anytime during the day because its the night time when they will be building dams and feeding. The traps used to catch beaver are set in the water by Illinois and Indiana law but also, it is how they are trapped. Trapping Beaver can be done in the summer or in the dead of winter it doesn't mater to them they do not hibernate but for removing beaver it involves more labor. When the water freezes holes have to be cut in the ice to place beaver traps and in the same fashion all traps are monitored daily year round. There are two seasons when beaver are the most active and the calls for trapping nuisance beaver are at its highest and that is spring and fall. In spring young are born so feeding increases which means more trees will be cut down. Fall means gathering and storing feed and making sure water levels are high enough to move under ice.
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