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twitcher

twitcher
 n.— «Twitchers (also known as birders) spend months before the event scouting out the spots with the most abundant bird life—caged birds and road kill do not count—and their routes are a closely guarded secret.» —“Twitchers’ weekend on the cheep” by Lorna Edwards The Age (Melbourne, Australia) Nov. 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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