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What Are The Best Bird Watching Magazines?

Quaility bird watching magazines are available for every level of birding interest one might have. Most have full color photographs and informative articles about feeding, planting, and houses for wild birds.

The only problem is trying to narrow down the list. While these are not by any means the only ones available or recommended, they are the three I most highly recommend.

All three are affordable and informative, making them great gifts for yourself or a friend. A brief description and subscription information is provided below.

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birds and blooms magazine
Birds & Blooms

This full color bi-monthly magazine (6 issues per year) is for backyard birders and gardeners. Birds and Blooms combines Americas two favorite pastimes.

While not an indepth scientific journal, Birds and Blooms targets the average backyard birder. You'll find beautiful photos and general information on backyard birds and gardens. Each issue offers answers to readers questions on birds and plants.

Readers send pictures of unusual bird houses and feeders. You'll also find limited advertising which can be a plus. One of the nicest features is the "Time For A Walk" pictorial. A great gift for any bird watcher or flower gardener.

Another benefit is the chance to ask other subscribers for help in finding things such as heirloom seeds and plants. A real community magazine where readers can feel at home.

Bird Watchers Digest

Ideal for the backyard bird watcher. You'll find tips on identifying bird species, advice on feeding and gardening for birds. You'll also find articles by well known birders that will both entertain and inform you.

Another bi-monthly publication that you'll read from cover to cover. Perfect for the intermediate birder. This one is for people who want to know more than identification and bird feeding.

Wildbird encourages subscripers participations in photos.

Information is for backyard birdwatchers with special additions focused on specific species. Articles are highlighted with full-color photography. Information generally follows the seasons of the birds.

A perfect subscription for the intermediate and more advanced bird watchers.

 

These are just my top three, but there are literally dozens of magazines and newsletters to choose from. Visit the following link to find many quaility Bird Watching Magazines

If you enjoy bird watching, a subscription to any or all of these magazines will increase your enjoyment of our wild birds.

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