The busy beavers are a family of beaver species that live in the southeastern United States.
With the exception of a few populations, there is only one population in the eastern United States that can be found in Maine.
They are the only one of the seven remaining populations of the genus that can live in a closed habitat.
They prefer the open grasslands and wetlands of the Northeast.
The beavers live in areas that can easily accommodate their populations, and are known for their ability to live in remote areas for long periods of time.
They can also be found throughout Canada.
Businesses, hospitals and even some restaurants are trying to find ways to capitalize on the busy beaver’s popularity.
“They are a popular pet for families, but they’re also an extremely successful species, and they’re very popular with tourism,” said Mark Denton, executive director of the Maine Association of Parks and Wildlife, a nonprofit organization that promotes wildlife tourism.
“It’s a great thing to have a few animals in your home, and you can bring in a whole bunch of tourists.”
Denton said that even though he can’t offer specific advice on how to get into business with busy beards, he believes it’s important to work with a local business that is willing to pay for your pet.
He said he has been approached by several businesses, including a local clothing company that has an offer for a “busy bear” as a pet.
The group has also spoken with local business owners and is now working with the state Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to get information about what is legal to bring in from within the state.
If you or someone you know has an animal and would like to offer one to a business, contact the Maine Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Wildlife and Parks division at 1-800-221-3909.