Take action to protect wildlife from being harmed by the border wall

Wildlife along our southern border are in serious trouble – please add your name to protect these animals from reckless and destructive border wall construction!

Hundreds of miles of some of our nation’s most sensitive habitat, including national wildlife refuges, monuments and forests, have been devastated by the construction of the border wall. This unnecessary project threatens the survival of the region’s wildlife, including imperiled species like ocelots, jaguars and Mexican gray wolves.

We need to take urgent action to restore habitat and mobility for wildlife. It’s time to undo the previous administration’s damage to these ecologically sensitive lands, for animals and human communities along the border!

Mexican Gray Wolf Pup (c) Rebecca Bose/Wolf Conservation Center

Urge the DHS to end all border wall construction and restore habitat and movement corridors for wildlife!


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