The president's attempt to build a border wall in Texas threatens the location of the National Center for Butterflies, a land that protects threatened species.
While the construction of a six-mile border wall segment in Texas, sought after by President Donald Trump, an apparently unlikely opponent could launch a glove: the National Butterfly Center.
By Thursday, the center could file an emergency prohibition order against the project already funded. A 36-foot "wall system" should be built on part of the center's property near the Mexican border. The land was reserved for the protection of a remnant of native habitat, endangered species such as the ocelot and the tombs of Native American peoples.