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twitcher

Informal a bird-watcher who tries to spot as many rare varieties as possible
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Northumberland has proved to be of significant interest not only to the birdwatching community, but also anyone interested in wildlife in general.
And Sunday is also a birdwatching day on Southport pier between 11 am and 4pm.
With birdwatching ranking high on their list of favorite things to do, we saw an immediate need for a complete line of plush birds for enthusiasts to collect and teamed up with the National Audubon Society," says Trenta.
Nature lovers are being urged to visit a country park to take part in a birdwatching event.
MEMBERS of Nuneaton Birdwatching Club are to be given an insight into the unique birdlife of New Zealand.
Enhanced with lovely drawings by Jennifer Owings Dewey, along with photos and discussions of birds, kids, and birdwatching, covering such issues as how to attract birds to making hummingbird nectar or identifying birds, all the basics are here, with a Southwest orientation.
Now the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is asking anyone with access to open space, a garden, a park or any small space to take part in the country's biggest birdwatching event next weekend.
While it is hoped to become a pioneer in terms of Christian activities, "Enjoying Birds as God's Creation" is designed to be an unusual weekend of guided birdwatching, worship and teaching in a place internationally famous both for its birdlife and its historic heritage.
Tony McCabe, horticulture lecturer at Knowsley Community College, is running birdwatching and mower maintenance at their site on Lord Derby's estate.
The Civic Trust, which manages the Green Flag Award Scheme, is calling on people to head along to parks and open spaces to take part in the country's largest annual birdwatching event.
No particular birdwatching expertise is necessary for teachers, helpers or children.
Black-and-white hand-drawn, naturalisitic illustrations add a charming touch to this guide especially recommended for anyone who loves to view birds in their native habitat, or armchair travelers who wish to experience birdwatching across America without having to traverse the length of the nation.