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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.
If you are a bird enthusiast and like all things feathery, chirpy, and ‘beaky’, it’s time you got yourself a subscription to the Bird Talk magazine. It’s your one-stop, comprehensive resource for content related to winged companions. Bird Talk is sure to have you singing a merry tune as you read about valuable grooming instructions, caging tips, training guidance, behavioral insight, nutrition and veterinary care, making it just as valuable to a new bird owner as the more experienced one.
Bird Talk magazine has, in a manner of speaking, ruled the roost for more than 25 years. It has established itself as an authority that has come to be recognized by bird owners, amateurs, and enthusiasts alike in the United States, Canada and worldwide. Few publications can come close to the following it commands in the pet bird industry. When combined with its two other publications – Birds USA and www.BirdChannel.com, we have a truly formidable voice in the Bird Talk magazine network, where subscribers can gather all the information they desire regarding our flying feathery friends.
Bird Talk targets loyal, motivated and caring bird lovers/owners, irrespective of the level of experience or interest they may have in this subject. In addition to the latest news on bird shows, competitions and clubs, tips on traveling with pets, and the proper feeds for them, Bird Talk also answers queries related to pet-care.
Furthermore, it publishes photographs and profiles of thousands of species of birds, ranging from finches and to macaws and cockatoos, a section that has become hugely popular with the audience. Bird Talks also encourages active reader participation by inviting stories and photos about their pet birds. It even has a kids’ page where children send in drawings and letters sharing the antics of the family pet bird.