bird-watching


Related to bird-watching: birder, bird watcher, Twitcher
Translations

bird-watching

[ˈbɜːdˌwɒtʃɪŋ] Nobservación f de aves
to go bird-watchingrealizar observación de aves

bird-watching

[ˈbɜːdˌwɒtʃɪŋ] nbird-watching m
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Despite the results, anybody thinking of selling bird-watching paraphernalia and pottery at the next West Midlands derby might want to reconsider.
20, 1996--In the United States, bird-watching is on the rise, with as many as 65 million Americans enjoying the sport.
Bird watching, which can be done leisurely over a morning cup of coffee (the best bird-watching hours are dawn to 10 a.
For the birds: Bird-watching for beginners is a three-hour program at Malibu Creek State park on Saturday beginning at 8 a.
Chinn's students may not be able to articulate the lifelong skills they're building through bird-watching, but they like they project.
Hike themes include bird-watching, fitness and trail restoration.
Consider: Bird-watching, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, riding personal watercraft, windsurfing, touring botanical gardens, viewing cave paintings, absorbing slices of life on every corner - from kids' birthday parties to dining on goat served in a private home - and speeding on all-terrain vehicles to lagoons and springs one would hardly expect to find in the desert.
For bird-watching, it really doesn't get any better than this,'' said the elder Coleman, jazzed over having spotted a black-capped night heron.
The Audubon Society bird-watching leaders have identified more than 200 species in the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Preserve, Kotin said.
Halpin is a member of the Conejo Valley Audubon Society who is teaching an introductory bird-watching class at newly re-opened Corriganville Park in Simi Valley.
Cahir said many other activities will be available to visitors during the weekend, including an introduction to bird-watching with the Audubon Society and a one-mile nature walk during which the natural history of the Buckhorn area will be discussed.
The route also will feature about a dozen Discovery Sites, staffed by people who will lead tours on a variety of topics, including bird-watching, wildflowers, American Indian activities and art.