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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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Here are three new titles that bird watchers will find especially intriguing.
A Lancashire Police spokesman said: 'At 1.20pm 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.
The phenomenon attracts bird watchers from around the world, all hoping to hit a good viewing day -- one where 40,000 or more birds pass through in 12 hours or less.
With the help of local bird watchers, arrangements were put in place and news of the warbler was then shared with birdwatchers nationally, who have flocked to see the bird.
Bird watchers were invited to join the RSPB's Big Birdwatch at the park yesterday.
Bird Watcher's Bible: A Complete Treasury is a general reference for all levels of bird-watching interest and provides lovely photos and illustrations throughout to accompany facts, science, history, folklore and fun bird ideas.
The platform is dedicated to the memory of Chris Ellison, a member of the land trust and avid bird watcher.
A work of truly impressive scholarship and artistic talent, "Fifty Uncommon Birds Of The Upper Midwest" is strongly recommended for personal, academic, and community library Aviary Studies, Bird Watcher, and Pets/Wildlife reference collections.
"The Wheatear was spotted by bird watcher John Dyda on Friday in fields at Cemlyn on Anglesey," he said.
Bill Thompson III and the editors of Bird Watcher's Digest present Identify Yourself: The 50 Most Common Birding Identification Challenges (0618514694, $19.95).
While working with the Education Team of the Renfrewshire Association for Mental Health, giving talks to school pupils and social workers, Suzy started writing about having mental illness and this led to the writing of her autobiography, The Naked Bird Watcher, which was published in the Spring of 2003.
The author is Stephen Moss, a television producer, writer and broadcaster, specialising in birds and wildlife, who works at the BBC Natural History Unit and has worked alongside the legendary bird watcher Bill Oddie.
``They were spotted on Sunday morning at 6 am by local bird watcher Mark Hughes.
Dean, a local bird watcher, was in the hide at Kenfig Pool, watching what he thought was a Redhead Aythya americana (potentially a first for Wales!
A BIRD watcher fell to his death after misjudging how close he was to the edge of 535ft cliffs while gazing through binoculars.