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Definition of Aviculturist
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Aviculturist
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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"The feeding of birds in aviaries is, obviously, a matter of the utmost importance, and, in order that they may have what is most suitable, the aviculturist ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1920)
"On the completion of the course a diploma as practical aviculturist will be given. In the Colombian Ministry of Agriculture a department of cattle and meat ..."
3. The Call of the Hen; Or, The Science of the Selection and Breeding of Poultry by National Council of Teachers of English Committee on Recreational Reading, Walter Hogan, Sherman Dickinson, Harry Reynolds Lewis, Raymond William Gregory, Louis Renou, B. K. Hindse, A. V. Leontovich, Arthur John Arberry (1913)
"... sense proves that poultry keeping does not pay; it is only what could be expected, and any experienced aviculturist would have prophesied such a result. ..."
4. Birds that Every Child Should Know by Frank Finn, Oliver Gregory Pike, Júlia Lello, John Maclair Boraston, Nellie Blanchan (De Graff) Doubleday, Hermann Ihering, Rodolpho von Ihering (1907)
"... to breed in captivity, and has done so both in the London Zoological Gardens and with the great Dutch aviculturist Mynheer F. Blaauw of S' Graveland. ..."
5. Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society by New York Zoological Society (1914)
"nished by Mrs. Johnstone, a well-known English aviculturist. Her specimens, received from Formosa in 1912, were the first living examples of the species ..."