Did you perhaps mean borders?
- n. Plural form of birder.
“For bird watchers - or "birders" - everywhere, the American white pelican is a conservation success story.”
“For example, the Cornell Lab Of Ornithology is one of our clients and 'birders' have always been about communities; 'birders' have formed small or large birding groups in their communities going back since the first person wrote a note about seeing a bluebird on a winter feeder.”
“I did not know that our common magpie is a rarity on the Scilly Islands - and is much sought by 'birders' there.”
“Mynott comments on the 'birders' word too and why 'twitchers' and 'birdwatchers' are different.”
“But just as the field guides of naturalists can lead to a mixing up and confusion of species and varieties that look similar (as many "birders" will attest), the field-guide method in psychiatry has now, as Mr. Lane notes, often mixed up truly ill folks with shy, restless, sad and worried people -- in other words, just about everyone at one time or another.”
“Audubon "birders" to visit, hear about, Wakodahatchee and Green Cay -- wading birds love'em”
“Some of the "birders", as the loose collection of South African, American and German bird enthusiasts are called, had been agitating for more landings.”
“In some parts of Asia (probably because of the new-found wealth that has created an upwardly-mobile middle class) there are growing numbers of 'birders' with VERY expensive camera equipment who appear to be more interested in taking a good photo of a rarity than eg ever really learning about the common birds they photograph once and ignore from then on.”
“Does it really matter in the end anyway what we call 'birders' who don't carry binoculars but do carry cameras?”
“birders," such as Jim Fuller, belong to the group, so novices can pick up a lot fairly quickly.”
‘birders’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for birders.