Emptying the Skies (2013)

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Emptying the Skies: Directed by Douglas Kass, Roger Kass. With Peter Berthold, Sergio Coen Tanugi, David Conlin, Jonathan Franzen. As the migratory songbirds are sold by the thousands to the black market, the members of the Committee Against Bird Slaughter wage war against the poachers. But, can they change the world’s point of view, freeing one bird at a time?

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