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Meet The Man Who Shoots At Birds All Day To Keep Them Off A Toxic Pit | World Wide Waste

If migrating species land on the Berkeley Pit for more than a few hours, they get cooked from the inside out. Now, miners use a rifle, drones, and lasers to scare the birds away.

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Meet The Man Who Shoots At Birds All Day To Keep Them Off A Toxic Pit | World Wide Waste


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