Definition of birder
1 : a catcher or hunter of birds especially for market
2 : a person who birds
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Birders frequently flock to Lake Apopka to see cuckoos and cranes, flycatchers and finches, ducks and doves.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Summer is typically a slow time of year for Northeast Ohio birders, as the majority of colorful migrants are busy incubating eggs or feeding chicks in the nest.
But now, observant and lucky birders who can pick out its flat head or distinguish its melodic rapid-fire song have seen or heard it along the Grassland trail.
Mayor Roy Zartarian, an avid birder, said he is concerned that the dog park might disrupt ground nesting birds like the bobolinks.
More than three decades later, birders spotted a pair flying to and from the Campanile, and surveys confirmed that the pair had indeed laid eggs.
The two species are superficially similar and telling them apart can be a challenge for a casual birder.
A good birder might have a life list of hundreds of species.
Louisiana's coast remains a magnet for birders, but that could change as forests, swamps and marshes collapse into the sea.
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