We don’t think that the U.S. should have to trade our environmental principles for border security. When walls don’t work, and harm wildlife in the process, there has to be a better way.
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Slicing through wildlife habitat to build walls that don’t work? Let’s find a better way for border security.
You may have a better chance of sighting Bigfoot in Arizona’s wilds than this endangered big cat called an ocelot.
Anti-environmentalists in Congress have landed another blow to borderlands wildlife, passing an amendment to the Fiscal 2012 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget that prevents it from meeting a commitment to provide the Department of the Interior with funding to repair environmental damage and impacts to wildlife caused by the border wall, E&E News reported yesterday.
Now more than ever, conservation planning for the ocelot should be guided by science, not politics or special interests.