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bird watcher

n. a girl watcher; someone, usually a man, who enjoys watching women go by. You bird watchers should just mind your own business!
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The bird watchers, he said, document their observations and present monthly and annual reports to specialized international bodies.
Mum Ruth, from Darlington, said: "The boys are keen bird watchers.
It is absolutely unbelievable and fantastic for local bird watchers," said Mike.
More than 100 bird watchers turned up to see the avocets, the first to have visited the reserve.
This is the stuff of dreams for most bird watchers, a 'once in a lifetime' scenario, when the ensuing activity becomes a social scene, reunions happen, and talk is nostalgic, of other birds, other 'twitches'.
20pm this afternoon police were called to the promenade at Morecambe, near to the Headway Hotel after a bird watcher had spotted a body on a sand bank.
On a recent crisp winter Saturday, I joined a cross-section of beginning birders (another name for bird watchers - more about that later).
Bird Watcher will give both veterans and new birders the opportunity to enjoy the sport in a new medium from the comfort of their home.
Palmer, a lifelong bird watcher and hunter, seeks a less drastic approach.
For the serious bird watcher, this Saturday morning is a must.
Lyon, an energetic retired Thousand Oaks attorney, also is Ventura County's top woman bird watcher.
Judy Halama of Encino, who has been walking through the basin several times each week since retiring last year, said the bird count was just the education she needed as a novice bird watcher.
The bridled tern, which has arrived on the Farne Islands, is thought to be the same bird which paid a visit last July, when it stayed for two weeks and attracted around 800 bird watchers.
It initially was spotted by bird watchers Sue Barth and Jim Pawlicki, who had braved a rainy Monday in search of another bird, a jaeger, which only comes out in bad weather.
Amateur bird watchers gathered at an open field near the southern city of Netivot to get a glance of the rare phenomenon as the huge flock of starlings moved in dark, cloud-like formations.