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- ‘His obvious enthusiasm for his subject marks him as a true birder.’
- ‘One Florida homeowner is organizing birders as the next powerful voting bloc.’
- ‘My uncle Larry is a birder and the way he writes about birding makes me think it is something I will eventually do as well.’
- ‘Meeting new birders is often as enjoyable as meeting new birds.’
- ‘Backers of the program point out that they can even find support in the birders ' guide book Roberts Birds of Southern Africa.’
- ‘Alaska, the last frontier, is a premier destination for birders, botanists, and wildlife watchers.’
- ‘Most of the birders also had very high-tech photography equipment.’
- ‘Mostly duck hunters but a few recognizable birders were there also.’
- ‘He is also a fanatic birder, the kind who has devoted his life to seeking out rare and exotic avifauna from pole to pole.’
- ‘The coloration of feathers elicits curiosity in the ornithologist and admiration in the birder.’
- ‘Another one was spotted this year and is hanging out close enough to the fence for birders to safely get a peak… or so we thought.’
- ‘I would like each one of you birders, naturalists, and bloggers to think about this and share your conclusions.’
- ‘Often, as they peck and probe in the depths, they allow birders to approach closely enough to see their identifying features.’
- ‘Local birders hosted early morning birds walks in local natural areas on 8 August and 9 August.’
- ‘Obmascik spent so much time on the trail of the birders that he became an avid bird watcher himself.’
- ‘I've known birders who have cut ties with friends and family over this issue and I don't think that's worth it.’
- ‘In recent years, there have been a spate of field guides for birdwatchers, often confusing the ordinary birder with the changes in nomenclature.’
- ‘Some were excited to learn about what they can do to make the area more accessible to birders and some were just curious about all the fuss.’
- ‘While I was thumbing through my field guide, a lady came up to me and introduced herself as a fellow birder.’
- ‘I know I'm not the only birder who was over there.’
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