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Submit A Flock On Story To BIRD TALK Magazine

Submit your story for this special section in BIRD TALK magazine that celebrates life with birds

BIRD TALK magazine reader submissions

Submit your story for this special section of BIRD TALK Magazine that celebrates life with birds.

Each month BIRD TALK editors will select our favorite reader’s story that reflects the fun and joy of bird ownership. The selected submission will win an exclusive prize sent to them by our sponsor of the month. 

Send us a short write up, 800 words or less, along with a photo of your bird. Photos must be well lit and in focus. Digital images must be high resolution, 300 dpi and 3 by 5 inches to be suitable for print.

Please send your stories and photos to:

P.O. Box 6050
Mission Viejo, CA 92690
or BIRD TALK Flock On
3 Burroughs
Irvine, CA 92618

Or e-mail: (Put “Flock On” in the subject line).

Please include your pet bird's name and species, your name and contact information with your submission.

**We do not accept photos of birds in unsafe and unhealthy living conditions. We will not accept photos of birds outdoors unless they are in a carrier, cage or harness/leash. Photographs automatically become the property of the publisher and cannot be returned.**


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Hello, I was just wondering if you received my "Flock On" story about my cockatiel named "Cry Baby"? If not, I can re-mail the story to you. Thank you for your time.
Michael, Arlington Heights, IL
Posted: 11/1/2011 5:18:55 AM
I just read the Flock On story for June 2009 from Vicky Espinoza titled "Unconditional Love." It made me cry as I, too, lost a bird a few years ago that I loved very much and still miss. My heart goes out to you and please know others share your loss.
Gina, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Posted: 9/1/2009 5:43:55 AM
This is a great space. Our organization, The Wilson Parrot Foundation in Maryland would like to be mentioned as this group is doing a tremendous job of caring for and rehabilitating abused, neglected and abandoned parrots. For further info, please contact
Joan, N. Potomac, MD
Posted: 9/15/2008 9:17:00 AM
It's great a wonderful magazine like Bird Talk and a web site just for people owned by birds.
millie, pine bluff, AR
Posted: 8/17/2008 11:27:13 AM
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