In this issue: Protecting grass-loving wildlife, pollinator preferences, improve windows, and wildlife-friendly mowers.
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Habitat Network Newsletter: June 2018
Mow less, plants for pollinators, improve it for the wildlife.

Eggs in a nest

Grassland Babies

Our meadows, drainage ditches, and grasslands can all provide critical habitat for wildlife, especially during spring and early summer. Learn how you can protect grassland babies by adjusting your mowing schedule... Learn More

Photo by Amy Venclik
Garden overhead

Pollinator Preferences

When pollinators visit our gardens they are looking for specific features. Learn which colors, shapes, nesting habitat, etc, native pollinators are scouting for when they fly overhead. Then, download your own regional pollinator planting plan...Learn More
Photo by loveprettybirds
Window Quiz Title Page

Improve Windows

A simple way to protect birds is to improve our windows so birds are less likely to collide with them. Comparable to outdoor cats, windows kill millions of birds in North America every year. Take our short quiz and learn your window projection options...Learn More

Photo by Stinne Vallø Ertmann

Field of black-eyed susans

Wildlife-friendly Mowers

Meet Habitat Network users who engage in wildlife-friendly mowing to help foraging and nesting wildlife. An added bonus is the potential reward of a beautiful wildflower meadow as depicted by this Habitat Network user's image...Learn More
Photo by mkupchella
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