natgeoHolding one of its own feathers in its beak, this female Black Cap struggles as it hangs from a gluey "lime stick" placed by a songbird poacher near Ayia Napa, Cyprus. "Cypriots harvest warblers on an industrial scale and consume them by the plateful, in defiance of the law," says writer Jonathan Franzen in the story "Last Song For Migrating Birds" in the July issue of National Geographic Magazine. Photography by @dguttenfelder
- paigeisgoodOMG why am I looking at this?!?!!! 😡😤😭
- phyrroI read this issue. It was truly saddening. Hope the countries will see the birds magnificence and its importance to reserve them.
- bridgettebygollywowGlue traps. Read this:D
- livi.baughmanMakes me sad
- leeshthepeachPoor thing- what a horrible way to trap them
- mieamfanHmmmm :(
- jubrtrjasI won't say I like it but I will say thank u for bringing awareness to these detestable people
- nasser_alshattiتحب هالوضعيه؟ @alkhudhary88 @m_alswarii
- m_alswarii@nasser_alshatti ههههههه ليش ليش شفيك لولي شصاير
- nasser_alshattiمعلش بجيت شوي
- nasser_alshattiwoooow aweasom bird la atghahmer bye
- ______________________10101I hope you helped it?
- audreywhaleSo sad! Poor little bird.
- imasharkaGuys it's upside down
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