What is another word for birders?

Pronunciation: [bˈɜːdəz] (IPA)

Birders, also known as birdwatchers or ornithologists, are individuals who have a passion for observing, identifying, and learning about birds. The term "birdwatcher" refers to someone who casually observes birds for enjoyment, whereas "ornithologist" is a scientist who studies birds in-depth. "Avian enthusiasts" is also a term that can be used to describe birders. Other synonyms for birders include "bird spotters," "bird searchers," "bird admirers," and "bird lovers." Whether they're exploring the great outdoors or simply observing birds from their backyard, birders are a vital part of the conservation efforts to protect and sustain bird populations.

What are the hypernyms for Birders?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    birdwatchers, ornithologists, twitchers, bird enthusiasts.

Usage examples for Birders

Having been captured when young by Pacific black-birders, he talked excellent English, and from contact with the necessary restraints of civilization was, on the whole, extremely well behaved.
"The Green Mummy"
Fergus Hume
Kidnappers, black-birders, treacherous devils, scum of the earth.
"White Fire"
John Oxenham

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