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ˈbɜr dɪŋbird·ing

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  1. birdingnoun


  2. birdingnoun

    The catching of birds; fowling

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  1. Birdingnoun

    birdcatching or fowling


  1. Birding

    Birding is the bimonthly members' magazine of the American Birding Association. While not a formal journal, Birding offers enthusiasts in-depth and scholarly articles on field identification and bird conservation. Each issue also features tips on North American and foreign birdfinding, news in the world of birding, and reviews of books, media, and equipment. Along with feature articles, usually on bird identification and field-observable aspects of bird biology, each issue of Birding contains the following entries, as of 2007: ⁕Letters to the Editor ⁕A Birding Interview ⁕Flight Path ⁕Traditions ⁕Sightings ⁕News and Notes ⁕Photo Quiz Answers ⁕Dimensions ⁕Tools of the Trade ⁕Book Reviews ⁕New Photo Quiz The magazine, which was first published in 1969, retains a grass-roots feel, with prominence given in most issues to letters, commentaries, and feedback.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of birding in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of birding in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of birding in a Sentence

  1. Heather Wolf:

    A lot of times, when you're birding, you'll notice someone else with binoculars, and you can make new friends that way.

  2. Christian Cooper:

    I was all in, i love spreading the gospel of birding.

  3. Heather Wolf:

    All of the things that might be weighing you down in your daily life, it's an escape. You forget about them when you're birding.

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