A non-lethal, sound-producing cannon like this one will be used next week at Robins Air Force Base to disperse birds and other wildlife that could be hazardous around the runway.
A non-lethal, sound-producing cannon like this one will be used next week at Robins Air Force Base to disperse birds and other wildlife that could be hazardous around the runway. Senior Airman Benjamin Wiseman U.S. Air Force
A non-lethal, sound-producing cannon like this one will be used next week at Robins Air Force Base to disperse birds and other wildlife that could be hazardous around the runway. Senior Airman Benjamin Wiseman U.S. Air Force

Birds and wildlife going out with a bang next week at Robins AFB

December 01, 2017 12:45 PM

UPDATED December 01, 2017 01:39 PM

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