Adjective "birdwatchers" definition and examples

(Birdwatchers may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈbəːdwɒtʃə/

Definitions and examples

noun

A person who observes birds in their natural surroundings as a hobby.
  1. 'Do bird-watchers, by watching birds, influence the behavior of the birds they are watching?'
  2. 'Experts had never been able to confirm repeated sightings by amateur bird-watchers over the years, and many of them considered the bird at least unofficially extinct.'
  3. 'For example, if I were to plant a tree in my yard for some shade, that tree might attract some birds that the woman across the street, an avid bird-watcher, would enjoy seeing.'
  4. 'So say environmentalists and bird-watchers who blame rapid construction activity in the City over the past two decades for the little harmless bird being on the ‘verge of extinction’ here.'
  5. 'Puzzled, Parker listened again and then decided to tape the call and play it back to lure the bird into the open, a trick every bird-watcher knows.'
  6. 'I told the briefer I was an avid bird-watcher and asked if I could find anything in the field beyond the airstrip.'
  7. 'The real fear for the bird-watchers was not having the birds to watch any longer.'
  8. 'No precise data on West Nile-related deaths are available for wild crows, but bird-watchers have noted far fewer of the birds in certain areas where they once thrived.'
  9. 'Vijay Cavale, a bird-watcher and nature photographer, observes that almost all barn owls that he has seen are from the urban habitats.'
  10. 'As a long-time fan of Bill's natural style of presentation and a lifelong bird-watcher, I sat down to enjoy the article.'

More definitions

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

More examples(as adjective)

"uses can be birdwatchers."

Origin

(bird watcher)