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twitcher

Informal a bird-watcher who tries to spot as many rare varieties as possible
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The 20th annual birdwatching fair will take place at Guandu Nature Park in Taipei on Oct.
Coun Roy Campsall who is a lead member of the group said: "We've just done some wild bulbs, and we've been doing some birdwatching, and the next task will be a litter pick in the area and we will be having a spring clean at the beginning of March.
Both birdwatching events will take place from 10.30am until 12pm.
As birds are everywhere, easy to see and often very colourful, I quickly developed a passion for birdwatching. The thrill of seeing new birds in the countryside in and around my village was bettered only by the thrill of travelling to exciting faraway destinations to find and watch birds I could not see at home.
Today, go birdwatching with the help of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
MORE than 3,000 twitchers flocked to a stand showcasing birdwatching opportunities in Northumberland.
They claimthat it is the biggest birdwatching event in the world.
The annual birdwatching event which helps conservationists understand changes in bird populations, celebrated its 30th anniversary this weekend.
The morning is the best time to look, when the birds are out and about feeding after a cold winter night." Some of the Hollyfast children are no strangers to birdwatching.
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.
The wildlife charity is calling on people to spend an hour watching the birds in their garden or local park for the birdwatching survey to help build up a picture of how some of the UK's favourite birds are faring.
Sean, 46, said: "I've been birdwatching my whole life and this is by far the most exciting thing I've ever seen.