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About BIRD TALK Annual Magazine and BirdChannel.com

A short introduction to the BIRD TALK annual magazine and its website BirdChannel.com.

BIRD TALK Annual magazine, the leading pet bird magazine has been around for more than than 30 years covering the pet bird industry and community. It and its website BirdChannel.com are known as the best source for news, health, nutrition, behavior, training and housing in all things pet bird with its expert editors and writers. BIRD TALK and BirdChannel.com are part of the I-5 Publishing LLC stable of magazines and books.

News on BirdChannel.com provided by I-5 Publishing News, a division of I-5 Publishing LLC. I-5 Publishing News consists of reporters that specialize in covering the pet industry and its communities. News is supplemented by BirdChannel's team of editors, photographers and writers who specialize in all-things bird.

I-5 Publising LLC is the leader in special interest pet magazines, trade magazines, books and websites dedicated to pet-loving consumers, pet-supply retailers, veterinarians, breeders and pet professionals worldwide. Divisions of I-5 Publishing LLC include I-5 Publishing Magazines, Books, News, Global Distribution Services and www.AnimalNetwork.com.

Animal Network’s Gold Standard Quality Content

The internet is awash in content, but not all content is equal. Our professionals and experts put our content at the top of its class. What we provide isn't just good information, it is the best information available on a topic.

Professional

  1. All informational and instructional articles are written by professional experts in that field or written by journalists who interview professional experts in that field.
  2. All Animal Network sites are supported by a print publication, the leader in its field, covering the topic. Website content follows the same stringent policies and procedures of the print publications.
  3. Our contributors and editors are networked and connected to the top veterinary researchers, behaviorists, nutritionists and innovators in rescue and other fields. What we provide isn't just good information, it is the best information available on a topic.
  4. The editorial leadership of Animal Network sites has more than 20 years experience in covering the pet community and industry.

Medical

  1. All medical articles on the Animal Network sites are sourced or written by professional veterinarians who specialize in that particular animal, and their names are cited.
  2. The current, best medical advice changes rapidly. All medical articles on Animal Network sites have dates.
  3. New medical articles are updated monthly on our sites.

News

  1. All Animal Network sites maintain the highest journalism standards in covering news stories in their pet category. All news stories are factual, written from a journalistic perspective. Opinion pieces are clearly stated as opinions. Strict policies and procedures are in place to protect against conflicts of interest and to maintain the highest standards of integrity.
  2. Animal Network News Division has news journalists who report to a news director. The news director has more than 5 years experience covering the pet industry.


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Trying to find information about the National Cage Bird Show, this is what your website says:

National Cage Bird Show 2006

The November 2006 National Cage Bird Show was hosted by the Greater Chicago Cage Bird Club.

Can you at least keep this information updated?
ba, Columbia, IL
Posted: 10/3/2012 6:51:32 AM
Since Bird Talk is no longer published, where can we find information on bird fairs and bird shows? We used to be able to get it in Bird Talk.
BA, Columbia, IL
Posted: 10/3/2012 6:47:19 AM
Hi Martha,

What issue are you referring to? Please contact us at birdtalk@bowtieinc.com.
BirdChannel Editors, Irvine, CA
Posted: 4/18/2012 2:37:34 PM
I am a subscriber to Bird Talk magazine who saw (for the first time)in a recent copy an advertisement for Bird DNA testing. I went online to enter and was bitterly disappointed when I saw the competition was over three weeks ago (in March)and I receiveed this info in April!

My cockatiel is a male but I have a friend who owns a dove that she doesn't know the sex and I thought it would be a good gift for her because she does so much for me.I loaned her the copy of the magazine that had the article on doves and she enjoyed it so much that she read the entire copy cover to cover before returning it to me.

Can someone tell me why an expired competion is listed in a publication after the closure?
Martha, Chicago, IL
Posted: 4/16/2012 12:21:21 PM
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