Bluebird Man

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anonomous

Interesting how people can be so green, and actually like this stuff. Bluebirds are pretty though.

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greenplanetfilms

Bluebird Man will be screening in March 2016 at the DC Environmental Film Festival, and will win a very special award. (We need to keep it under wraps for the time being). It has also been selected to broadcast on Natural Heroes, on public television. One of the most memorable comments in ...Read more

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an authentic american hero

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