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bird

1. n. a woman; a girl. I like the bird you were with last night.
2. n. a derisive noise made with the lips; a raspberry. The third time he fumbled, he was greeted by two thousand mouths making the bird.
3. n. an odd person. Some old bird came up to me and tried to sell me a cookbook.
4. n. a rude gesture made with the middle finger. (Usually with the. See comments at finger wave.) A lot of little kids give people the bird all the time because they see it on television.
5. n. an airplane. I like this bird. She’s a dream to fly.
6. n. one hundred dollars. This thing cost three birds! Bull!
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The trooper eyed the van, asked if they were with the World Series of Birding, and then said, "Got a bald eagle yet?
Says Jeff Wells of Cornell University and a member of its birding team, "It's a new era of citizen science.
We encourage people to join us in testing the Birding Trail this Memorial Day Weekend," says Audubon Minnesota project coordinator Paul Konrad.
A variety of public lands are featured as part of the Birding Trail, ranging from state parks to wildlife management areas to national wildlife refuges.
For more information on the Minnesota River Valley Birding Trail, visit www.
between the Minneapolis and Mankato) for the Birding Rally at 3:00 p.
And team leaders will be glad to help you learn more about birds and birding.
This is a critical stopover area for migrating birds during their phenomenal journeys north and south, but the Minnesota River basin is unfortunately not well recognized as a quality birding location and vital natural resource.
Ventura County: A brochure listing birding sites in Ventura County prepared by the Audubon Society.
The site features a range of activities and information for birders and other naturalists, including Birding Resources, with links to other Web sites; Birder's Calendar, with dates of birding events and spectacles; and Skill Builders, to improve user's identification skills.
It began with an introduction to birding and a discussion of the types of field guides and binoculars.
Most of them had never taken a birding class in their life,'' Halpin said.
Birding presents its own surprises, no matter the area.