March has arrived once again and may I stress the simplicity and the quality of this publication. I think launching the magazine was a huge stretch in the beginning. But they stood the test and their timing was actually great because just about the time the pandemic came, they began. With more people at home, receiving a nature magazine took on an important addition to home mail delivery. We have enjoyed the photography, and the tid-bits of info about birds and plants; two of our favorite things.
If you have children, this pub is a perfect way to introduce them to birds and plants and flowers. Plan a nature hike with your kids. They will love it.
Birds and Blooms is simple to read and takes only about a half hours time. It is a perfect way to introduce kids to reading, great photos of birds and plants and mostly getting them to appreciate “hard copy.”
As a gardener it’s a simple resource, but more than that it’s a way for me to sit down, relax and mindlessly look at and read about nature. There are millions of online resources but holding a publication in your hands and reading it, is so much more….it’s an important experience in our busy, detached and home based work world. It makes you want to go outdoors and search for “birds and blooms.”
“Contessa” says it a good thing.