MILKWEED AND BORDER WALL

Border Report’s Sandra Sanchez is at the National Butterfly Center in Mission, TExas, on April 21, 2022, and interviewed its executive director Marianna Trevino-Wright about the prostrate milkweed species being considered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to be on the endangered species list. If so, that could stop border wall construction the state is doing in Starr County where the prostrate milkweed lives. Monarch butterflies can only lay eggs on milkweed species. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sent Fish & Wildlife a letter this week urging the species not make the endangered list. (Sandra Sanchez/Border Report Video)

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