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In this issue: We need a programmer, the benefits of winter berries, getting to know your neighbors, and join the Great Backyard Bird Count.
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Habitat Network Newsletter: February 2017
Read the latest articles to inspire habitat action in your life.
Join our team of innovative minds at the Habitat Network and put your programming skills to work for citizen science. We're looking for a lead application developer!
Photo by Lauren Coolman
Winter Berries, Winter Birds
Many birds need berries. There are several native plants that could be added to your landscape to fill this food requirement for our avian friends. Got berries? If not, consider adding them this year.
Photo of Eastern Phoebe by Slow Turning
You are not alone in your quest to create habitat in your yard and community. There is great power in numbers. We challenge you to look around and get to know your neighbors on Habitat Network.
Photo by Devan King
It's February--how's that New Year's resolution to become healthier going? Let us help you learn more about how the choices we make at home and in our communities can make us healthier.
Join the 20th Great Backyard Bird Count
Bird watchers around the world take part, February 17-20
Map your habitat now!
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