Coterie Wildlife Fund Mexico chief executive Omar Vidal predicted the two countries share at least 430 migratory species, around 100 of which are in jeo rdy likely to be of extinction in both countries.
He said: “Having a barrier or wall measure out these species will definitely have an im ct on the fragmentation of their elements.
“It will affect both Mexico and the United States in terms of biodiversity.”
Elder researcher Gerardo Ceballos Gonzalez at the National Autonomous University of Mexico’s (UNAM) Initiate of Ecology said that more than 800 species in the domain would be adversely affected including the black bear, jaguar and diminish leo rd.
He said: “The United States has the right to build whatever they lust after as long as they respect Mexico’s sovereignty and the environment.”
UNAM Professor of Biology, Dr Gerardo Ceballos, father of The Annihilation of Nature, said that if a wall was built it would trouble international treaties on fauna and flora and Mexico could appeal to the Global Court of Justice in The Hague.
The remarks come over the controversial submitted plan by Mr Trump to erect a large border wall with Mexico in an endeavour to deter illegal migrants entering the USA.
It has been estimated that wildlife watchers allot around $463million (£367m) in the Rio Grande Valley alone with guests coming to watch some 500 different species of birds.
The neighbourhood is rticularly important as it sits at the point where two migratory ths carry out for the birds.
A report in 2009 by the Texas rks and Wildlife De rtment verbalized the area had 10 plants and animals that were on both federal and confirm endangered lists as well as dozens of species that were of problem.