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twitch·er

 (twĭch′ər)
n.
1. One that twitches.
2. Chiefly British A bird watcher, especially one who observes rare birds.

twitcher

(ˈtwɪtʃə)
n
1. a person or thing that twitches
2. (Other Non-sporting Hobbies) informal a bird-watcher who tries to spot as many rare varieties as possible

twitcher

A dedicated bird watcher.
Translations

twitcher

[ˈtwɪtʃəʳ] N (Brit) → observador(a) m/f de aves

twitcher

[ˈtwɪtʃər] n (British) (= bird-watcher) → fou des oiseaux (folle)m/f(observateur)

twitcher

n (Brit inf) → Vogelliebhaber(in) m(f), → Vogelnarr m, → Vogelnärrin f (inf)
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The group were twitchers, more interested in shots of rare wading birds and gulls than my less-than-toned frame.
Eager twitchers are heading for Papa Westray, Orkney, after the chestnut bunting was spotted in what is thought to be a UK first.
TWITCHERS are being given the chance to catch a glimpse of Coventry's very own peregrine falcons tomorrow.
These groups are not about curtain twitchers, they are about caring for their neighbourhoods and being prepared to do something about crime and anti-social behaviour.
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This is the moment I made twits of the twitchers as we hunted a rare visitor from overseas.
TWITCHERS will have the chance to watch wild swans in the moonlight at Martin Mere wetland centre.
THE VERDICT Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson are in fine form as avid twitchers with family-related issues competing to spot the most bird species in a year.
A SCANDINAVIAN bird rarely seen in Britain was spotted by eagle-eyed twitchers in Liverpool.
People who chase after rare birds are called TWITCHERS.
MORE than 3,000 twitchers flocked to a stand showcasing birdwatching opportunities in Northumberland.