Yuma Survey
ABP Continues To Report
A survey of the border patrolled by the Yuma Border Patrol station reveals extensive construction activity. Of the forty eight miles of southern border, as of March 22, there were 24 miles of vehicle barrier under construction, 9 miles of which included people barriers and 2.5 miles feature a double fence.

The survey uncovered huge sections of the border without any fence at all and hundreds of north- south vehicle tracks. Although the tracks lead into the Goldwater bombing range, there were no warning signs anywhere along the boundary of the range. "There are many problems with this fencing," said Glenn Spencer of ABP. ABP will repeat the aerial survey at the end of April.