Posted by: Sandy Steinman | December 20, 2018

Border Wall Threatens National Butterfly Center

Alt National Park Service  reports

The National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas is the most diverse butterfly sanctuary in the U.S. Some 200 species of butterflies find a home there each year, including the Mexican bluewing, the black swallowtail and the increasingly imperiled monarch. And, as soon as February, almost 70 percent of it could be lost to Trump’s border wall.


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  1. My wise old grandmother taught me not to hate people. I’m sure glad she died in 2003 so she can’t see how much I truly hate the current president and his enablers.

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