Translation of ornithologist in Spanish:


ornitólogo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɔrnəˈθɑlədʒəst/ /ɔːnɪˈθɒlədʒɪst/


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    ornitólogo masculine
    ornitóloga feminine
    • He was a keen ornithologist, a passion which helped him cope with his ferocious workload.
    • Likewise, ornithologists studying neotropical migrant populations historically have focused much of their attention in the temperate zones.
    • According to many ornithologists it is the most widespread land bird on the planet, found on every continent except Antarctica.
    • Ornithologists say there's no good way to estimate the worldwide bird population.
    • Soon a few amateur ornithologists from the civil services visited the islands and collected specimens.
    • I was going to help my cousin, an ornithologist working for the Saudi government, to catch and ring birds.
    • With long hours at the museum and regular forays into the countryside, he eventually established a reputation as one of America's premier ornithologists.
    • It is also an ornithologists' paradise and is host to over 400 species of birds.
    • Ornithologists estimate that anywhere from 1 to 4 million birds visit the basin on their way to or from their summer breeding and nesting grounds.
    • Meanwhile ornithologists and environmentalists are examining captive breeding.