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Beavers Behaving Badly

BBC

Who are you going to call when beavers are behaving badly? Well, if you live in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Drew Reed is the go-to 'beaver buster'. Drew works as a wetland conservationist, helping to keep the peace between beavers and people...

Beavers Behaving Badly is a one-hour wildlife documentary for BBC Natural World, series produced by Roger Webb and directed by David Johnson. The score is by William Goodchild. Set in the heartlands of the Wild West, musically it draws on classic western styles. Initially tongue in cheek, though with an emerging serious conservation message, the music works to establish character and place, as well as help deliver gags.

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