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limb hanger
 n.— «“What we’re trying to do is enhance the population by sort of speeding it up, by bringing birds in and releasing them in the area,” said Dave Arbour, a member of Limb Hangers, a NWTF chapter named after the way the birds perch on tree limbs at night.» —“Bash planned to mark wild turkey resurgence” in Ottawa Montreal Gazette (Can.) Nov. 25, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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