- Gobernador Felix Paz 368, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego
- 2901 488938
- +54 2901 488938
- Monday to Friday 10 - 20:30hs - Saturday 10 - 14hs.
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To see the beavers in Ushuaia in the beautiful emerald lagoon will help you to undertsand their habits and constumbres of the beavers living there.
Ideal to celebrate nature with a dinner in the light of an endless sunset.
To the lake in the afternoon and then returned at the time of the day when beavers rarely leave their burrows.
For their homes, the only species after humans change their environment in order to live. The beavers (called dikes or burrows) are built to protect themselves from predators and to quickly access food during the winter. However, its function is to stop the flow of current to create a pool of calm water to build more “rooms”.
It is a semi-aquatic rodent native to North America, mostly in Canada that has been introduced in the region of Tierra del Fuego in 1946 after releasing 25 couples in Northeast Lake Fagnano. In this area they have changed thousands of hectares of land and have crossed the Beagle Channel to Chile.
For those who enjoy being outdoors as the night takes to get your changing locores.
Can observe beavers and their habitat, commonly called “beaver dam”. In the Tierra del Fuego National Park and the Southern Fuegian Railway they are very present and you can see their features.
Their beaver dams in the course of one night and are made of tree trunks, mud, branches and leaves.