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In this issue: Habitat Network, email series, nesting materials, snags, and sun perches.
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Habitat Network Newsletter: July 2016
Read the latest articles to inspire habitat action in your life.

Introducing the Habitat Network

We did it. YardMap is now, officially, the Habitat Network. Learn about this partnership between the Cornell Lab and The Nature Conservancy.
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Photo by Pat Ronan

Step-by-Step Mapping Series

As of July 1st, people new to the project will receive special education emails to guide them through the mapping process. Don't want to be left out? Email us and we'll include you: help@habitat.network.

Photo by Plymouth District Library
 

Habitat Feature: Nesting Materials

Nesting season is not over. Some birds are starting second clutches while others, such as the American Goldfinch, are beginning their first nesting attempt. Learn how to provide nesting materials to support their effort.

Photo by Stan Lupo

Habitat Feature: Snags

Leaving standing dead trees, aka snags, on your property provides valuable habitat. Learn about the numerous wildlife that benefit from this landscaping choice.
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Photo by Tim Davies Landscaping

Habitat Feature: Sun Perches

Ponds are power-packed habitat features supporting a diversity of wildlife. A well-placed rock or log is one easy way to boost their usefulness.
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Photo by Andrea_44

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