bird-spotter

bird-spotter

n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a bird-watcher
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Summary: An intrepid Australian bird-spotter has captured the best evidence in a century of a live .
The comic, musician, bird-spotter and self-confessed Qualmpeddler will helped along by religious dubstep, his folk bouzouki, horntallica, a re-appraisal of some of the world's greatest works of art and perhaps a dub version of Downton Abbey.
But it's a natural pleasure bird-spotter Susan Withers enjoys every day when she looks out of her window.
A green string tied up between poles divides the official Batumi Raptor Count volunteer counters --whose job it is to keep an accurate and reliable count of the number of birds passing by here on a daily basis--from the tourists and bird-spotters from around the world who have made this relatively remote part of the world their destination of choice.
Bird-spotters will love Fifties-style plates, PS26 each, featuring a Thrush, Wagtail, Robin or Blue tit, from Magpie (020 7095 9399/www.
Bird-spotters were ecstatic about the first UK sighting of the rare white-throated needletail since 1991.
Bird-spotters raced to Harris, with some chartering planes, so they could see what was dubbed "the bird of the century".
Call Durham County Council's Warm Homes Team on 0191 527 0501 BIG BIRDWATCH BIRD-spotters are urged to take part in a wildlife survey, which can be done from the comfort of their homes.
Walkers and bird-spotters are asked to help by reporting sightings.
For bird-spotters and wildlife enthusiasts alike, there's plenty to keep you occupied.
It is a haven for bird-spotters and those wishing to get away from it all.