bird-watcher


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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.

bird-watcher

n
a person who studies wild birds in their natural surroundings
ˈbird-ˌwatching n
Translations

bird-watcher

[ˈbɜːdwɒtʃəʳ<> Nobservador(a) m/f de aves

bird-watcher

[ˈbɜːdˈwɒtʃəʳ] nbird watcher m/f inv
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