Crazy, ya, but just an idea of which no one I asked has a consistant answer. Heres the poop...I have a good 40 acres behind my house, low and marshy. Cornfields and soy on three sides. There is a creek that runs from front to back of property/approx 1/2 mile. What I'd like to do is get a beaver or two back there to dam up the creek and flood the back 40. The creeks is wet year round and all of the low property is wet year round. I know it is not as easy as catching a beaver and putting him back there and creating a duck and goose refuge. There are woodies and some mallards on the creek and geese on our pond and creek, but a nice large marsh out back would be better. Any advice from ya'll would be great. I know wetland "reconstruction" has many rules so I need to know my limitation before I get my hopes up.