What do you call aperson who studies birds is there even such thing as that like a birdyologist...I know its stupid but I cant stop thinking about it
ORNITHOLOGIST- It simply means a person who studies birds, a term usually reserved to describe those serious scientific types that have some sort of degree in the subject and thus a rightful claim to moral superiority.
BIRDWATCHER - Well, I hope you can get this one without much explanation, just a person who watches birds. Beginning or experienced, usually they own some binoculars, a field guide, know where to find a Roadside hawk, and keep a list of sightings. Today the connotation of birdwatcher is not hip and although it's an accurate and descriptive title, there are just too many to constitute an elite.
BIRDER - As you may have already guessed, the hip, elite and seriously involved in identifying and collecting listings. Example: If you are a "birder" you don't go birdwatching, you go "birding" to adventurous locations.
TWITCHER - This list wouldn't be complete without listing the "Twitcher". Bill Oddie, in his famous "Little Black Bird Book" defines it as, "Someone who is obsessed with `Ticks' (British for "mark it off your list"), races around the country chasing rare birds, uses all the correct terms and marks off the list as he goes."
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birdologistinatationatism= the study of birds
birdyologist works good.
you call him bad names
call them 'Birdman'