|Director||Richard Michael Pruitt|
|Plot||Bombs To Birds, a documentary by veteran photojournalist Richard Michael Pruitt, explores the rich history of the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 7,000 acres set aside to protect one of the highest quality old-growth bottom land hardwood forests in the southeastern United States and the wildlife that inhabit it. Home to a munition plant from 1941 to 1994, the EPA designated the land as a Superfund site in 1990. The Army's Base Realignment and Closure Division was tasked with cleaning the Refuge's acreage in 2000. Today, little progress has been made to clean the original fouled acres and they remain closed to the public. Community inquiries about the status of the cleanup and Freedom of Information request have gone unanswered.... search for Bombs To Birds on IMDb|
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