- Publisher: Trusted Media Brands, Inc. (November 3, 2011)
- Issues: 7 issues / year
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00629NIMK
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #477,965 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Birds & Blooms is North America's #1 bird and garden magazine, celebrating the beauty in your own backyard. Each issue features vivid photographs, useful tips and expert advice to inform, inspire and connect enthusiasts who share a passion for backyard birds and gardening.
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However, just got my second issue -- and the hounding for renewal has begun. Will not renew for this one reason alone.
I only bought the subscription because it was a $5 deal. Will not renew. NOT worth it. And, you only get 6 issues. It is bi-monthly
There seems to be such a lack of good news these days so I decided to subscribe to B&B as an antidote to "reality" news. Birds&Blooms helps me see and appreciate the glorious reality beyond my front door with much greater pleasure.
I'm kind of torn on this, because I love the subject matter of this magazine, like the photos, it's just so LITTLE and not much to it. I could see this as a weekly magazine, but you only get one issue every two months, so it's sort of a 15 minute read and then it's done.
Now it has advertisements that take up 1/3rd of the magazine, the articles are mostly little snipits (less than half a page), and the stories are about people in love (really).
I have subscribed to birds & blooms for years and loved every page, but am doubting whether I will renew for another year. I love everything to do with flowers, gardening and birds, and this magazine had it all. The articles were the best and the pictures were wonderful. I looked forward to reading the stories that went with pictures people had taken, and the questions people asked about birds, flowers, nests, or trees they had seen.
I don't know what's happened but they need to go back to the way it was.