Bird Talk Magazine Subscription

Bird Talk

If you want to walk the bird walk, then you better talk the Bird Talk, the magazine that provides both new and experienced bird owners with information on keeping pet birds. Bird Talk provides information on avian veterinary care, nutrition, training, products and more. Highlights include feature stories, caging tips, grooming instructions and striking photographs.


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    great for beginners, great for old feather fingers !

    Bird Talk magazine is great for both the new bird owner and the experienced owner.

    It is great for the new owner due to the superior articles dealing with nutrition, environment, behavior, grooming and much more.

    It is great for the experienced bird owner because this magazine has a tendency to repeat the basics of bird care over and over, issue after issue which keeps us experienced keepers in touch with the core issues of birdkeeping.

    This magazine in not for the advanced bird keeper who is breeding, handfeeding and dealing with genetics. There is a difference between an experienced bird keeper and an advanced bird keeper. Experienced...

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    A must have for any bird owner.

    A wonderful magazine full of helpful information for any bird owner. This magazine is full of information regardless of the type of bird you own and even more important for someone thinking of getting a bird. The magazine will guide you through the many different species of bird as well as many articles written by bird experts all over the world. The magazine discusses birds from the very small and most frequently found pet birds such as parakeet and finches to some of the most exotic birds in the world. Special articles depicting different breeds of birds are in each month. Tips from how to choose the correct bird for your family to training, breeding...

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    For My Boys

    I've always dreamed of having a bird. In 1999 my husband and I decided to research the different types of birds. I bought the Bird Talk issue that discussed a wide variety of birds and gave tons of great information on each. Bird Talk is a great research tool and very entertaining. We chose two male eclectus, Arliss and Dexter. If it wasn't for Bird Talk we may never have known about these fabulous birds. A few months ago I found out that my neighbor has an african grey who has no feathers. Come to find out, they bought it on a whim and where not taking proper care of him. I dug through all of my past issues of Bird Talk and found every issue about greys...

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