Bird Watcher’s Digest Subscription Drive

I just read a compelling blog post by Julie Zickefoose, an author, illustrator from Ohio who has written many great birding articles and books.  I am currently reading her The Bluebird Effect: Uncommon Bonds with Common Birds.

Julie, who writes and edits for Bird Watcher’s Digest, asks us to consider subscribing to BWD if we do not already do so.  She writes in part:

Bird Watcher’s Digest is going to have to find more subscribers to help pay for the cost of putting this magazine out. 
Bird Watcher’s Digest is having a subscription drive. Only $19.95 for a year’s worth of good writing, good backyard tips, ideas for birding excursions, fascinating insight into bird behavior, and clever humor from writers like Alvaro Jaramillo, David Bird and Al Batt. With your paid print subscription, you get free access to BWD’s stunning digital edition, which is the entire magazine plus video and audio bonuses we can only do on the Web. (Several of our columnists, including me, read our work so you can listen to it online in the digital edition). If you lean that way, you can also subscribe to the digital edition alone for only $9.99 per year. Print subscribers also get access to the BWD App for reading on the iPad, Kindle Fire, and other such digital devices.
I don’t know about you, but I can spend $20 without even thinking about it. I can hand a $20 bill to Phoebe and forget I even did it. Such a modest expenditure can bring you so much over the next year. If you enjoy the kind of writing and information you find on this blog, won’t you try the Thompson family’s magazine? 
I just signed up for a digital subscription after reading her request.  Take a look at her article — and see if you can do the same.  It’s a great investment in a great publication.
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