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- n. birdwatching
- n. The catching of birds; fowling
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Birdcatching or fowling.
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The hopes of the ABA have been recognized, and the art of birding is rapidly growing among North America and Canada.
Well, conference or no, the birding is great in the area.
According to Google Trends, the nine birdingest Canadian cities defined as those cities with the most Google searches on the word birding in relation to all other searches made are, in decreasing order:Victoria, BC
I here look at the top-10 U.S. cities in which searches on the keyword birding are most frequent.
Anyone interested in birding, hiking etc. might like to check out books written by naturalist Jim Conrad.
The birding is not as rich as, say, Colima or the Huasteca but not terrible either.
This practice, also known as birding, involves observing and studying birds using the naked eye or a device such as binoculars.
Writing poetry competes for my time, these days, with the other things I have to do - teaching, admin, and producing critical articles, mostly - as well as things I want to do, like going off into obscure places to watch birds (I've recently discovered pelagic birding, which is fantastic!), reading, listening to music.
And I would say now my draw to birding is to find and see species that I hadn't seen before.
Monhegan Island, located nearby, has long been known as birding hotspot during spring and fall migrations.
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