"The best way to get people to understand and to get them to oppose these various forms of abuse, was just to show them," said Steve Hindi, president of the organization.
Hindi has spent years in Illinois and Pennsylvania fighting pigeon shoots. It's where captive birds are released and shot immediately as opposed to being hunted in a natural environment.
"I'm a former hunter, I understand hunting," said Hindi. "I don't think hunters are monsters, but this isn't hunting. Hunting is not throwing an animal out of a box."