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Michele Z.
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Rating: 4

Didn't Renew My Subscription After The Second Year

posted 4 years ago

When I first subscribed to this magazine, I absolutely loved it. The photos were fantastic, the articles interesting, and the helpful hints were quite useful.

I guess I just got tired of the magazine, even though I did like it. The subscription renewal price was a bit high, unlike the introductory rate, so I didn't renew.

What I least liked about this magazine was the number of people submitting questions about how to rid their yards to "undesirable" birds, such as black birds/common grackle, CROWS (in particular), etc. These people are supposed to be "bird lovers", yet they "discriminate". I had hoped the subscribers would be more like me: feed and welcome whatever birds come into the yard. If you are going to put birdfood out, it should be for whatever birds come. Afterall, the "lesser-liked" birds get hungry just like the others. The magazine is "Birds & Blooms", not "Desirable Birds & Blooms".

Pros: Awesome photos; Just a nice magazine for bird/nature lovers/gardeners

Cons: Didn't hold my attention after two years

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Stevecat511
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Rating: 5

A great magazine!

posted 4 years ago

This magazine has been one of my favorites for years. I love the pictures, articles, tips, but mostly, the sharing of information by other birdwatchers! It's just one of those magazines that is always teaching you something.

I keep my copies to reference in case I have a question about something I read about. I am sure to find it!

Pros: a great variety of things to learn

Cons: none

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daryl b.
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Rating: 5

Great

posted 5 years ago

this is the most wonderful magazine. it is also charming with all the wonderful pics and stories from people from their own lives. anyone who loves birds especiall the outside wild ones should definitly start a sucscription to this. they won't be sorry

Pros: all

Cons: none

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Horseboy
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Rating: 5

Birds at home

posted 5 years ago

this is a great magazine.excellant pictures of all types of birds and lawns. articles on how to landscape for birds and beauty.contests and featured birds of the month articles. readers comments and photo space.well worth picking up a copy.

Pros: good photo's,informative articles,helpful hints

Cons: none

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Rory S.
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Rating: 5

Its in there!

posted 5 years ago

I have subscribed to this magazine and it covers so much about our birds and articles and pictures from all types of birds to the many birdhouses, birdwatching clubs and much more. I would recommend it anyone who loves birds.

Pros: Wide variety of informative articles

Cons: none

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