DOCUMENTING THE BORDERLANDS

The photos in this album document the wildlife, ecosystems and human communities of the borderlands, and the impact that border wall construction has had on them. This region is critical to dozens of imperiled species and hundreds who could become imperiled if they are unable to migrate as climate change escalates. To view individual photos or see a slideshow, double click on the gallery below.

“If you’re a Texas tortoise how do you get around 13 miles of fence? If you’re an ocelot, and you’re crossing a farm field trying to get away from a predator, it’s not a question of convenience, it’s a matter of survival.”


Nancy Brown

Public Outreach Specialist

US Fish and Wildlife

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