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  • n. observing or identifying wild birds in their natural environment


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  • 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

  • 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.


  • 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

  • Sometimes I wish I had another hobby, such as birdwatching or trainspotting.

    Computer And Video Games

  • Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to do some "birdwatching" over by the dorms.


  • "birdwatching" not that teens look like your average ornithologist or there will some tooled up gents doing dodgy things in parks.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Then maybe hiking and birdwatching with a portable easel is the ticket.

    Dr. Terri Orbuch: How to Raise an Athlete -- and Why You Should

  • Beatrix Potter lived at a time when drawing and painting and being amateur naturalists (birdwatching and painting flowers) were acceptable pursuits for women of good breeding, but scientific observation and analysis were not.

    Ada Lovelace Day – Heuristic


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