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bird watcher

or bird·watch·er also bird-watch·er (bûrd′wŏch′ər)
n.
A person who observes and identifies birds in their natural surroundings.

bird watching n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bird watcher - a zoologist who studies birdsbird watcher - a zoologist who studies birds  
animal scientist, zoologist - a specialist in the branch of biology dealing with animals
2.bird watcher - a person who identifies and studies birds in their natural habitatsbird watcher - a person who identifies and studies birds in their natural habitats
amateur - someone who pursues a study or sport as a pastime
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When we got off the bus the first thing we did was have a walk around a little woodland area, then went inside the main building and the ranger showed us what to look for when we did bird watching. The next thing we did was split into two groups.
Award-winning artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be giving his Crossing Boundaries Lectures titled 'Bird Watching' at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) and Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUarts Qatar).
Bird watching and feeding the birds has been a part of my life since I can remember.
GS Ecophysics Ltd in the village of Vavla in Larnaca will help people get out in nature on Sunday and do some bird watching.
He said that the main components of development at Khabeki Lake includes a restaurant, tourist information center , Board walk, Gazebos, cycling treks, hard and soft landscaping, hiking trails, Staff residence, bird watching and sighting of several other wildlife species.
Now, as security improves, the Colombian government and local conservationists hope that bird watching can create thousands of jobs.
Lin said the city government renovated the Jincheng Lake bird watching area last year and completed three bird watching platforms and one sea viewing platform around the lake area.
Attendees will learn about grassland and woodland habitats of local species of birds and receive information on bird watching as a hobby.
While he was at the Boro in the 70s, Charlton spent a lot of time bird watching in the area and was delighted to see the improvements made to the ponds and the return of fishing to the nature reserve.
After Jill's visit, one of the pupils in Class 5 said: "I really, really liked bird watching. My favourite bird was the house sparrow and I loved being outside."
households engage in backyard bird watching, and the market for wild bird feeders and seed was estimated at $5.5 billion in North America, according to the 2013 Wild Bird Feed Industry Research Foundation Benchmark Study.