Game wardens seize illegally obtained seafood at South Texas border crossing

ALAMO, Texas (Border Report) — A one-third-mile swath of land that borders the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is to be surveyed for a border wall Friday, and work crews are not only expected to go on but could trim sections of the refuge that Congress exempted from the border wall, a leading environmental advocate told Border Report.

Jim Chapman, president of the Friends of the Wildlife Corridor, a nonprofit support group for South Texas’ Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge and Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge, told Border Report that a local farmer who owns the property was notified by U.S. Customs and Border Protection that survey crews would be on the site sometime Friday.

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