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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!
See also: bird, watcher
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Negi undertook the nature guide's course of the state's forest department 15 years back and felt in love with winged creatures to start bird watching in Rudarprayag.
Bird watching holidays are becoming more popular with tourists around the world.
Who would have thought that a comedy about bird watching could be so brilliant?
We are also raising awareness to common people so that they become aware of the bird population and what are the use of protecting them and how we can make aware future generation about this bird watching and protection of environment as a whole," said Sood.
WWT Martin Mere is hosting the North West Bird Watching Festival on Saturday and Sunday, November 28-29.
Customers will be able to buy the highest quality birdseed, field-tested feeders, bird baths, bird watching products and nature gifts, from knowledgeable sales people, who enjoy talking about birds and bird feeding.
Bird watching can be one of the most breath taking pastimes of many--"Variations on a Natural Theme: A Loon Year" is the practice taken through the eyes of a poet who loves bird watching with a focus on the loon.
Bird watching has replaced angling as the most popular field sport in Britain.
Ecology is not a hobby like bird watching," said Ms.
While this is already happening among several individuals and groups across the Kingdom, Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) is gearing its efforts towards popularizing sports like climbing and bird watching available in the city's environs.
Guy Commeau of Van Nuys has been ``birding'' or bird watching all his life and has participated in the Christmas count ever since he moved from his native France to the United States in 1970.
He provides Jean with a gold coin for her to authenticate which he insists he found while bird watching near his home that appears to be part of Bonnie Prince Charlie's horde he allegedly left behind when he fled for France after the Culloden debacle in 1745.
Each sporting event has ifs competitions, and bird watching is no different.
Becky, 31, will be helping to raise the profile of the Society in Wales by organising a variety of bird watching spectacles and promotional events across the region.
Programming around flower walks, bird watching and waterfront attractions are where a lot of marketing efforts are currently directed.