March 10, 2017 - President Trump promised on the campaign trail that he would build a wall along the US-Mexico border. Administration officials are now taking steps to begin new construction. What might that mean for wildlife and the environment in southern New Mexico? Correspondent Laura Paskus sits down this week with Garrett VeneKlasen, executive director of the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, and Bryan Bird, southwest program director for Defenders of Wildlife.
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