Before submitting your question to us, please look over our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.
Please choose a subject from the pull-down menu below.
- Advertising – Internet — To advertise on BirdChannel.com
- Advertising – Print — To advertise in BIRD TALK Annual magazine
- Advertising – Print and Internet — To advertise in BIRD TALK Annual and on BirdChannel
- Ask BirdChannel — Have a question or comment about website content? (E.g. "Can you help me find a contest?”)
- Report Website Abuse — Report an issue with the website. (E.g. Bad language, copyright material)
- Bird Event Submissions — Have a bird fair, convention or seminar that you would like to feature online?
- Technical support — Problems with the website? (E.g. "I’m missing points.”)
Interested in writing for BirdChannel.com? We're looking for bird experts, bird breeders, industry professionals or talented freelance writers to cover all things bird (wild or pet) for us. We are currently accepting admissions for:
- Single online articles (350 to 700 words) in list format
- Single online articles (350 to 700 words) in list format with video and/or pictures.
We ask that you work with us on promoting your content, including posting to Google+, Facebook, Twitter and any other social media you are part of. Articles submitted may be edited by us before posting. Payment depends on your submission, but we typically pay $50 per article.
- Write in first person, and engage the reader in way that is thoughtful and respectable, but also fun. Don't be afraid to let your personality show.
- Any nutrition articles MUST be approved by an avian veterinarian.
- Behavior articles must be written by a bird behaviorist, or by a journalist who interviews a number of behaviorists.
Submit your proposals to Jessica Pineda at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line "BirdChannel Submissions."
Disclaimer: BirdChannel.com is intended for educational purposes only. It is not meant to replace the expertise and experience of a professional veterinarian. If your pet is showing signs of illness or you notice changes in your bird’s behavior, take your pet to the nearest veterinarian or an emergency pet clinic as soon as possible.