Learn about the new results from the first 90 days of our Border Wildlife Study documenting species in the path of the border wall. Since March 9, 2020, our 60-camera array along 34 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border recorded a huge diversity of mammals, birds, reptiles, and insects that live along the rugged and scenic border. Wall construction is underway on the eastern edge of our study site in the Huachuca Mountains through one of the last remaining cross-border corridors in the Sky Island region.
This Coffee Break webinar discusses the 71 species detected so far and the urgent need to protect their habitat from imminent destruction.
The Border Wildlife Study is conducted in partnership with Patagonia Area Resource Alliance and Naturalia, A.C. with support from numerous volunteers, the Patagonia Foundation, Papoose Foundation, New York Community Trust, Wilburforce Foundation, and generous individual gifts that keep our cameras running 24/7.