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Get an inside look at life with pet birds – from birds in the household, at a pet-bird specialty store and from behind the scenes at BIRD TALK magazine, we’ve got it covered!

 Jessica and Laura posing with their pet birds
Behind The Scenes At BIRD TALK Magazine
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The editors of BIRD TALK Magazine and, Laura Doering and Jessica Pineda, blog about all things bird in Behind the Scenes at BIRD TALK Magazine. The editors post a blog bi-weekly.

                        Read BIRD TALK's blog here

Life in the Bird House
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Melissa Kauffman is the Editoral Director for BIRD TALK magazine and She shares her Southern California home with her husband, her two dogs, her two cockatiels, Carlisle and Natty Bird and her blue-headed Pionus, Deacon. Share in the adventures with her flock and her experiences in bird ownership in Life in the Bird House.

Read Melissa Kauffman's blog here

The Fledgling Blog
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Caitlyn, 10, owns a conure and a Goffin’s cockatoo. In 2004, Caitlyn was awarded the Young Aviculturist Award by The Society of Parrot Breeders and Exhibitors, the second youngest person to have received the award. Along with helping her grandparents at the Arcadia Bird Sanctuary, Caitlyn enjoys Brownies and horseback riding. Caitlyn posts her blog monthly.

Read Caitlyn's blog here

The Large Parrot Diary
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Linda Costello was a guest editor for BIRD TALK in 2003, and is a long-term subscriber to the magazine. She and her husband, Ray, live in Ohio and have shared their home with parrots for the last 22 years. Linda's blog posts bi-weekly.

Read Linda Costello's blog here

A Day At The Pet Bird Store
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Amy Baggs owns several parrots and is a sales associate at Omar’s Exotic Birds in Lake Forest, California ( She loves photography and takes her pet birds to events to educate people about parrots. Amy posts her blog bi-weekly.

Read Amy Bagg's blog here


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