Both humans and beavers have built structures that can be seen from space, for example,m the Great Wall of China and a half-mile-long beaver dam in Alberta, Canada. But we can solve these problems and benefit from the essential natural services that beaver wetlands provide.
When problems arise, working with the beaver is the best solution. If beavers are removed from good habitat, many studies show that others tend to resettle the habitat. That’s because survivors in the area respond with larger litters, and beavers can migrate over tens of miles. Removing beavers, whether by killing, or live-trapping, rarely gives a lasting solution.
In addition, without beavers to keep up a dam, it will disintegrate. The subsequent loss of a vibrant pond often causes many lives to be lost and much environmental damage.