Definition of aviculturist in English:

aviculturist

Pronunciation /ˈāvəˌkəlCH(ə)rəst/ /ˈeɪvəˌkəltʃ(ə)rəst/ /ˈavəˌkəlCH(ə)rəst/ /ˈævəˌkəltʃ(ə)rəst/

See synonyms for aviculturist

noun

See aviculture

‘Nearly a year ago, a well known city-based aviculturist told wildlife authorities that he wanted to donate a pair of Emus, captive bred in his farm house, to the park.’
  • ‘In March 1999, Western Australian aviculturists held 81 birds, 102 were in the hands of private collectors in other parts of Australia and 16 were in zoo collections around Australia.’
  • ‘Although American aviculturists have long-recognized the rosie as a wonderful aviary bird, its status as a companion parrot is relatively new to American bird enthusiasts.’
  • ‘Survival of this species in the wild will require international cooperation among law enforcement agencies, landowners, conservationists, and aviculturists.’
  • ‘Banding ensures that we can offer unrelated stock to fellow aviculturists.’