[ US /ˈbɝdɝ/ ]
[ UK /bˈɜːdɐ/ ]
  1. a person who identifies and studies birds in their natural habitats
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How To Use birder In A Sentence

  • Most of the birders also had very high-tech photography equipment.
  • Birders listen intently for songs they haven't heard for months as they search for "FOS" (first-of-season) sightings of species that have either returned from the tropics to nest or are passing through on their way to more northerly nesting areas. Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories
  • Any birder of any skill whatsoever will hear those words pretty often. Times, Sunday Times
  • Perhaps our best birder poet, he has written memorably about chickadees, towhees, titmice, owls, great blue herons, pelicans, kingfishers, and many others, always effacing himself before the glory of the thing seen.
  • Birders witnessed their fluttery flights from South Beach and elsewhere along the Atlantic.
  • His obvious enthusiasm for his subject marks him as a true birder.
  • Backers of the program point out that they can even find support in the birders ' guide book Roberts Birds of Southern Africa.
  • This informative and entertaining site offers thorough coverage of Long Island birding, birders, and birds.
  • A hard question, because the answer reveals precisely what kind of birder you are. Times, Sunday Times
  • I've known birders who have cut ties with friends and family over this issue and I don't think that's worth it.
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