Every once in a while Nature reminds us that we need to be a bit more humble. It really isn't up to us to fix everything. Perhaps we ought to be open to the idea that some of our "solutions" are only the foundation for some other, different problem.
The beaver dam in the foreground was about as impressive as I have ever seen. The water drop was at least three feet. Also, if you look closely you can see two beaver condominiums which were hundreds of yards behind the dam. This whole flat land had been converted into a wonderful little wildlife habitat by some of nature's best engineers. So, maybe we ought to learn that wildlife management might be best attained by letting the wild life manage.
I recall the oath that stretches all the way back to Hippocrates (I think)... Physician, do no harm. Maybe if we adopted that for our own individual and corporate lives in the beautiful land God has given us, then we might see some improvements for both us and the creatures. It really shouldn't be that hard.