or bird′watch`,

to identify and observe birds in their natural habitat as a recreation.
bird′-watch`er, bird′watch`er, n.
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Matt said: "Our gardens are very picturesque and attract a wide variety of species, so we thought it would be an ideal place to bird-watch."
The cabins offer an opportunity to hike, bird-watch, and explore the valley's natural splendors.
RSPB's Big Garden Bird-watch this weekend is the world's biggest bird survey - and it's growing fast.
If it is a terrible day we bird-watch and make sure the pond is full.