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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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As you look through the bird feeding guide inside, I hope it brings you inspiration to start or continue your bird watching and bird feeding journey.
Bird watching is only a small aspect of Colombia's tourism industry.
Earlier, I had stayed at Negi's Kakdagad camp, but bird watching was as exciting as ever at Mukkumath.
Evangelista said that this year, the City Tourism Office is again developing another exciting trail to Mount Apo where climbers will have the rare chance of bird watching, especially the Philippine monkey-eating eagle.
Muscat: Students of Indian School Seeb, who are part of the school's Bird Watching Club organised a visit to Al Ansab wetland -- a wildlife habitat located in the heart of Muscat.
ESO concluded the activities with a bird watching tour on Day 2 for visitors and keen bird watchA[degrees] ers to Al Ansab.
Bird watching enthusiasts are flocking in large numbers to Rockport in Texas to enjoy the sight of rare birds in their natural habitat.
Bird watching is the fastest-growing outdoor activity in the United States.
Tsinghua University researcher Xueyan Li and her collaborators analyzed 30,936 bird-watching records from 2003 to 2007 to create the China Bird Watching Database.
Twitching or bird watching may be as exciting to some people as train spotting but it made a very funny British sitcom in the late 80s.
By publishing this guide, EAD aims to make information about birds and bird watching accessible to the general public.
But that's another one to tickoff - bird watching without trying!
Next Saturday Paul will put his skills, built up in over 40 years of bird watching, to good use to support the fundraising campaign.
ALMOST 5,000 people have taken part in an annual bird watching survey in Warwickshire.
BIRD WATCHING offers author Paula McCartney's handwritten notes on birds and observations with photos of birds in natural settings across the country, and makes for a powerful survey that is not all that it first seems at first glance.