The main problem for wildlife associated with the Mexican-American border is not with the border itself, so much as the wall be are now in the process of building along the border. Because there is no wall along most of the US-Canadian border, wildlife populations can pass from one country to another without any problem. A wall along the Mexican border, however, could cut off migratory routes for many mammals and low-flying birds. Species that already exist in small populations could be split into two even smaller populations, leading to increased risk of inbreeding and a loss of genetic diversity. This is a very serious problem for several vulnerable species living in that part of the continent.
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