The beaver had been causing trouble for a runoff water management company.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) — A beaver that was causing trouble for a runoff water management company has now been relocated to help the environment.

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The Pennsylvania Game Commission said in a recent Facebook post that they were called to retrieve a beaver from a mine mitigation retention pond because the beaver was creating a dam that led to overflow in a nearby stream.

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The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently received a request, from a runoff water management company, for help with a…

Posted by Pennsylvania Game Commission on Sunday, November 1, 2020

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The State Game Warden and another cadet captured the beaver, the Pennsylvania Game Commission relocated the beaver to a property looking for beavers to create wetlands.