Bird–watcher



a person who identifies and observes birds in their natural habitat as a recreation.
Contemporary Examples

Accused Central Park Rapist’s Sordid Past Michael Daly September 14, 2012
The Legend of Brown Dog: A Great American Hero Gets His Due David Masciotra December 6, 2013

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