A greater adjutant stork flies over the Boragaon landfill in Guwahati, India. The endangered bird attracted photographer Timothy Bouldry to the area.
A girl helps her family sort through the landfill for things to recycle. About 100 families live inside the landfill.
Storks stand at a high point where they can watch the trucks coming into the landfill.
The families at the landfill live directly on top of mountains of trash. Walking around is difficult because it is all wet, dirty trash, and some of it sinks deeper then others. So the children are usually barefoot or wear sandals.
The storks "are intelligent birds," Bouldry said. He said they know the residents and shy away from strangers.
The families at the landfill collect plastic, metal and wires and sell it by the pound. They make around $2 per day.
A woman feels for rain from her home on top of the landfill.
The greater adjutant stork can grow as tall as 5 feet and have an average wingspan of 8 feet.