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Protect Border Wildllife

Stop reckless construction through border habitat!

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is planning to construct a new 63-mile section of border wall along the Arizona-Mexico border. That section will cut right through habitat for Mexican gray wolves, jaguars, Sonoran pronghorn and other imperiled species.

One species is in particular danger: recovering Mexican gray wolves. These endangered wolves live on both sides of the border. Without free access across the border, this vulnerable wolf population could be doomed.

CBP is taking comments on this proposal now. Have your voice heard: Tell them to stop this ecologically disastrous project before it starts!

*Defenders will submit your name, city, state and comment. All comments become part of the public record.

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Dear U.S. Customs & Border Protection,

[Your Name]
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