Definitions

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  • noun observing or identifying wild birds in their natural environment

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Examples

  • A wander round my garden - I often get absorbed in birdwatching out there and end up weeding or whatever - that always lifts me!

    Mood Lifters

  • The birdwatching is excellent too: the region is awash in blue herons, and bald eagles are frequently seen.

    Peeping in Peace

  • The birdwatching is excellent too: the region is awash in blue herons, and bald eagles are frequently seen.

    Peeping in Peace

  • Richard Bashford, project manager at the RSPB, also believes that activities such as birdwatching have a range of positive impacts.

    BBC News - Home

  • Pacific Whale Foundation such as birdwatching, working as a farm hand and helping preserve Honokowai Valley, an archaeological site closed to the public.

    Gadling

  • These include both birding-related activities (such as birdwatching trips to local nature reserves) and other leisure activities such as cultural visits to historic sites, and other social activities.

    10,000 Birds

  • Pacific Whale Foundation such as birdwatching, working as a farm hand and helping preserve Honokowai Valley, an archaeological site closed to the public.

    Gadling

  • These include both birding-related activities (such as birdwatching trips to local nature reserves) and other leisure activities such as cultural visits to historic sites, and other social activities.

    10,000 Birds

  • Pacific Whale Foundation such as birdwatching, working as a farm hand and helping preserve Honokowai Valley, an archaeological site closed to the public.

    Gadling

  • Pacific Whale Foundation such as birdwatching, working as a farm hand and helping preserve Honokowai Valley, an archaeological site closed to the public.

    Gadling

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