Bird netting is a common practice in Koh Kong, a coastal province in western Cambodia that is a critical stop for migratory birds. Hunters create a wall out of thin black nets which covers hundreds of meters. To attract the birds, hunters use mature male pigeons to attract other birds with their calls. Another more costly strategy is to use electronic devices made of a speaker, a car CD player and a car battery. The chirping is played over and over again. This method is used mostly at night time, far from roads and community areas and it’s incredible effectiveness has devastating results.