Pictures that seem real and plans for feeders too.
This is the best magazine for bird and flower lovers.The photos are of such quality you 'd thinks they could sing or smell like the real thing.The bird house plans are easy to follow and so much nicer than the average bird feeder designs. The recipes for making your own suet cakes and bird seed cakes are really useful and help me save money.
A magazine with something for all ages and no advertising!
I found Birds and Blooms many years ago through a free trial magazine. I have never missed an issue since! Curl up wiith Birds and Blooms and you will feel like you are right there in the middle of nature. My 6 year old granddaughter became an avid Birds and Blooms fan before she could even read and now has a love for birding and gardening. For a big city kid, that is saying something really good! Buy Birds and Blooms for yourself or for someone you love today!
Beauty in Your own Backyard
**BIRDS & BLOOMS
Beauty In Your Own Backyard
****Birds and Blooms** is a wonderful magazine published by *Reiman Publications* and was first released in 1995. The magazine is published bimonthly and features editorials on wild birds, pictures of birds and flowers submitted by its readers and recipes for our feathered friends.
Each issue usually has two or three articles on different birds , moths or butterflies . A lot of the pictures featured are ones taken by the readers and has a caption describing it. By following the Contributor's Guidelines you can show off your backyard or you might have a comment or suggestion to share...or ask advice from fellow readers. Maybe you build Birdhouses or bird Feeder and you would like to share pictures of them.
This is a magazine for all ages and very educational no matter what your age is.
Single issue price is $3.99 or $19.98 for a year. Sometimes the price is diccounted making it even a better bargan.
You can submit material by mail to Birds & Blooms 5925 Country Lane, Greendale, WI 53129 or by E-mail by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reiman publications was started by Roy Reiman in 1965 in his basement in his Hales Corners, Wisconsin home.
Today they have over 500 employees working for them. They publish 13 national magazines with a combined circulation of over 13 million and six of their magazines rank amoung the top 100 in national circulation.
A Great Gift Idea
My mom ordered this for me as a birthday gift because she knows I love birds and flowers. I find the articles so interesting and informative and the pictures are just gorgeous. The advice included is invaluable and the interviews are well written. I will definitely be renewing after my subscription runs out. One negative is all the ad pages and inserts(too many).
birds and blooms" one of the best birding magazine ever"
I just renewed for the fifth time , i can't get enough of it, i love this magazine !! also save money with other readers idears and tips. have a gardening question, just ask Melinda, the plant doctor she'll have the answer. also if you have a thrifty tip sent it in with a photo and if they use it in a future issue,they'll pay you $25.00. it's like getting paid to read, also check out there web site, it's great too! also have any questions about the the birds in your back yard ,just ask George . man he knows birds, he help me out a few times. now that bird seed is getting a little costly, i've found recipes for making my own bird feed in the magainze too. they also have a free monthly newsletter ,with valuable prize givaways,project idears,question of the month.let's not forget where's Webster ? look for the hidden duck on there web site and enter to win monthly prizes. well check it out , i am sure you'll like.
Birds and Blooms Magazine, pictures nice enough to frame
I look forward to every Birds & Blooms magazine. The articles are interesting and the pictures are beautiful. There are great tips on gardening and bird watching. This month October/November 2009 the article on Bed & Breakfasts and Inns that cater to bird watchers caught my attention. My favorite part of this magazine is the reader's contributions. This unique magazine is easy to read and you don't have to be a bird watcher to enjoy Birds & Blooms.
East Weymouth, MA
Mag for us who like to look at the pictures
Featuring the two things I love most - after my husband and children - **Birds and Blooms** is for folks like me -- I love to look at the pictures. No matter how often I have looked at them, I enjoy them even more with each additional viewing.The short articles are nice too. There are tips, hints and "help me!" sections, but basically I love looking at the purty pictures - page after page after page.For a person who loves words, I am having a problem describing this every-other-month collection of color. I guess the best way is to tell you that I give 4 gift subscriptions to older relatives who are unable to get up-and-out as easily as they used to, so I make sure they still get some of the beauty of the outdoors at their fingertips. This is not to say that the issues can't be enjoyed by the younger set, but I think the older you get the more you appreciate and value the beauty of nature.
its a wonderful tool for learning
This magazine has inspired and wowed me into creating a much more fun and interesting backyard. I now have more blooming plants to attract butterfiles. A giant bird feeder that is very popular with wildlife - including the family of racoons. I have shared morning glory seeds with those in other states. Thanks for all the great tips
cute stories, great tips and no advertisments!
This magazine is full of amazing pictures, great tips for around the house, cute stories and best of all there are no advertisments so you arent paying for things you dont want. You get only the articles, pictures and tips you pay for. I have been a subscriber for a year. Pick one up and check it out!
I love this magazine, its a winner. Great for a beginner or seasoned pro. Lots of information, lots of tips, a good keeper. There are not enough hours in the day to describe this magazine. Try it! Only problem, its an addictive read...