Managed to catch the beavers in their biggest pond as they swam and partook of the "pantry" offerings along the shoreline.
The first photo is of, I believe, one of the adolescents (a little over a year old). This is probably the closest I have achieved with a long lens to capture "the eye" of a beaver. The area around the eye is certainly intriguing in its make up and the size of the eye itself seems to give beavers that "wide eye" look.
The next two are of one of the youngest beavers (perhaps born this past winter). Always coming into the shoreline next to an adult or young adult for security and as you can see, always keeping behind some vegetation so that it always had some degree of camouflage. For one brief moment, it stood partially up. My, what a beautiful little beaver face and what lovely new bright orange teeth! :)