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Who Reads Bird Talk?
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.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:
Covering a broad range of topics, which have recently included "Teach Your Small Bird to Play," "Moody or Sick?  When to Call the Experts," " Tips for a Spotless Cage," and Quell the Yell: Scream-Stopping Tips."
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Magazine Layout:
The editors have achieved a bright, clean visually appealing layout bringing the birds enclosed within its page to life. Bird Talk is reader-friendly, and packed with educational information for the care of your bird(s).

Advertisers are important to the readership of this magazine, since you’ll likely want to easily find the avian pets and products that the editors are writing about. Included in each issues is an Advertiser’s Index, featuring the page number of the advertiser. The majority of advertising is specific to caring for your pet bird(s). Bird Talk succeeds in providing relevant advertising for anyone who loves and cares for a pet bird.

During the past 25 years Bird Talk has soared as the unmistakable authority in the avian world, dedicated to educating and promoting better bird care.

Additional Information:
During the past 25 years BIRD TALK has soared as the unmistakeable authority in the avian world, dedicated to educating and promoting better bird care.
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review by . February 27, 2010
   I have read Bird Talk for 15 years. The magazine has not always presented the cutting edge of behavior and science. In fact, frequently the information was disappointing. However, in recent years the information has gotten better and better and the writing less stiff and more fun.      Admittedly, I'm a frequent contributor and therefore may have some bias, but I point to "Memo to Parker and Pepper" by Patricia Sund to demonstrate the shift. There …
Quick Tip by . March 12, 2010
Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned bird lover, Bird Talk always has something just for you.
Quick Tip by . March 12, 2010
Bird Talk is a great magazine for bird owners of all levels! I have had birds for 18 years and I still learn something new every month!
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