twitcher


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twitcher

Informal a bird-watcher who tries to spot as many rare varieties as possible
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But after some of the page's 5,500-plus followers were banned, a "parody" page called 'Gosforth Traffic - Curtain Twitchers' was created.
A SCANDINAVIAN bird rarely seen in Britain was spotted by eagle-eyed twitchers in Liverpool.
To many people, "twitcher" carries negative overtones.
They're called twitchers because they twitch with excitement at the very idea of spotting a new bird.
But after some of the page's 5,500-plus followers were banned, they created a "parody" page called 'Gosforth Traffic - Curtain Twitchers.'.
It's a case close to Humphrey's heart as he was a keen "twitcher" in his youth.
While the photograph of the blue tit was captured beautifully and brought a warm glow to many a twitcher, I am appalled at the use of fat balls held in plastic nets.
As well carrying out numerous official functions and visits, Philip is a "twitcher", a writer and is worshipped as a god by Pacific islanders.
Like a human with Krabbe's disease, the twitcher mouse lacks galactosylceramidase, has brain tissue infiltrated with the abnormal fat-containing globoid cells, and loses the myelin sheaths around nerves.
@sis-insights Simon Sinclair Great performance and result, even if it was a bum twitcher for large parts of 2nd half :) A deserved win.
Local twitcher Chris Tynan from the RSPB will lead the tour, which will take in the diverse birds and animals living in the area.