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Border Wall Impacts on Wildlife, Wilderness, and Communities: A View from Both Sides

For millennia, the borderlands have been a crossroads for animals migrating across North America. A border wall will directly affect wildlife and because environmental impact studies are not required, the effects remain to be seen. The border wall has driven a wedge between borderlands communities, causing many to ignore the facts of this infrastructure and choose sides on a political issue, which has fractured long-standing partnerships. 

(Bilingual Presentation)

Myles Traphagen

Borderlands Program Coordinator, Wildlands Network

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