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Birds and beavers and deer, oh my! And in the city, too

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By Jenny Hartley

Lancaster has gone to the birds, the beavers and the deer.

A Woodland Drive woman recently worried that beavers in the creek near her house were going to cut through a large tree next to some power lines. The beavers had gnawed through most of the trunk of the tree, said the woman, who did not want to be named. She was afraid the tree would fall and take the power lines with it.

"I won't let my grandchildren play in the yard," she said. "It looks like a danger to us."

After a call to Duke Energy on Nov. 2, the tree came down later that afternoon.


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