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Rating: 4.9

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(4.9 out of 5, based on 20 reviews)

Bird Talk is intended for loyal, caring and motivated avian enthusiasts of all interest levels. Bird Talk provides pet bird owners with the latest avian information on health, nutrition, behavior, training, grooming, products, shows, clubs and more. The magazine answers pet-care questions and publishes in-depth profiles and photos of hundreds of species of birds, from canaries and finches to cockatoos and macaws. Bird Talk supports national and local avian organizations and actively fosters a sense of community for its readership. The magazine encourages reader participation with surveys and stories and photos about their pet birds, plus there is a kids’ page filled with drawings and letters about the family pet bird. It serves as a touchstone for educating the public on the best care for pet birds. What You Can Expect in Each Issue: * Causes and Cures: Features avian health and welfare articles and Q&A. * Heart to Heart: Delves into the avian-human experience. * Small Birds: Small bird care and training. * Aviculture: Features the care and rearing of birds. * Kids Talk Back: Drawing, poetry and stories of our young readers. * BT Style: Featuring the latest products. * Features: Covering a broad range of topics enticing pet bird owners with topics which have recently included "Savvy Storage Tips: 8 Tips to get your bird's things organized," "Search and Destroy: Some birds prefer home furnishings to toys," "Clearing the Air: The truths and myths behind bird keeper's lung," "Time Savers: try these products and tips for a quicker way to clean," and "Bird Owner’s Survival Kit." In addition, readers will have at their disposal articles about keeping birds safe and happy in the home environment as well as up-to-date training tips and the most current behavior information.
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EmiIa
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Rating: 5

Bird talk is great

posted 4 years ago

bird talk is a great magazine one of the few I would subscribe to
I recommend it to every one that shares their life with birds or who wants to to learn about them

Pros: beautiful pictures informative articles

Cons: i don't understand the bird talk website

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Lori
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Rating: 5

I love it so much I have a subscription!

posted 4 years ago

I first started getting bird talk at the pet store about 16 years ago. I wanted to learn more about the birds that I had. Lories, Quaker Parrots, Lovebirds, Doves, and Cockateils. I only bought the issue when one of my type of birds was on the cover. But later on I learned that you can find information to help you with your birds , even if they don't feature and article on your type. They always have a birdy "centerfold" that is a beautiful picture and there are lists of breeders and services in the back.

Pros: Lots of Information and pictures!

Cons: Not long enough articles.

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