Can Birds See Bullets? [Hunting Pest Species]

Many birds flinch right before the impact. Why is this? I present some evidence – you decide for yourself. Does the bird see the pellet? Does he hear the muzzle blast? Does he hear the pellet whistling? Can birds see 1/10 second into the future? 🙂 All birds shot in this video are “pest species” as defined by the U.S. government. They can be shot at any time of the year. The majority of the birds in this video were English House Sparrows. The name is a bit misleading – the bird is actually a finch. They are scrappy little farts, and their aggressive nature has made them the most abundant songbird in North America. Read more about them at this website: Seriously, READ – BEFORE you go shooting your mouth off about things you do not understand. Or, do

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