noun (pl. same or -vers)
a large semiaquatic broad-tailed rodent that is native to North America and northern Eurasia.
any mammal that is sort of like a beaver.
Beaver Like Mammal.
Category Archives: Virginia
Judy writes: I have 4 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains. I have two species in my yard. The one that lives on the west side eats apples from my yard. I believe it is a wood chuck. On the … Continue reading
A few years ago, word on the street was that all the BLMs were moving to Belmont because it was *the* hot new neighborhood. Well, times have changed, and I was really concerned that a tepid real estate market paired … Continue reading
Bill writes: From my back porch sometimes I can see as many as 3 BLMs at once, scattered across my neighbors’ yards. The City is to BLMs as Shenandoah National Park is to deer. The City is a place where … Continue reading
Last week I wrote a post in which I criticized – ever so gently of course – my fellow book club members for not supporting beaverlikemammals.com by posting their BLM sightings. Well, it seems like my comments worked. I received … Continue reading
I am a member of an extremely awesome book club. The club has plenty of members who, I happen to know for a fact, see plenty of BLMs. But I have not receieved one single BLM sighting from a club … Continue reading
Kate writes in with three (3!!) BLM-related photos: 1. The first is just a hole, I know, but I saw the BLM (a groundhog) go into it. I was sitting in a friend’s backyard at a bbq in Charlottesville, Virginia … Continue reading
And I took this photo of a BLM on the corner where McIntire intersects 250. I was driving at the time, and leaning out the window, and I can’t believe it worked, but you definitely can see the little BLM … Continue reading
I have to give a major “shout out” to Liz for this submission. She saw a BLM in her neighbor’s yard and ran outside to snap a picture even though all she was wearing was a towel. Why she was … Continue reading
I’m not sure what the deal is, but people seem to be spotting BLMs in the strangest places. When I created this site I assumed all BLM sightings would be, you know, IN REAL LIFE, but apparently I was wrong. … Continue reading