Your guide to being a great Habitat Network participant
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Dear <<Citizen Scientist Login_Name>>,

Again, welcome to the Habitat Network, we are so pleased to have you join the project and community.

In order to support your participation in this citizen-science effort we will be emailing you periodically to guide you in successfully creating a habitat map and making a difference with your efforts at helping wildlife and people.

You can unsubscribe from this introductory series of emails at anytime using the links found at the bottom of each email. If you do so, you will still receive normal Habitat Network emails. 

Please Note, change is coming to Habitat Network as of January 15, 2019.

Because we will no longer be able to provide technical support and infrastructure to maintain the interactive applications on our website, the mapping tool and forum will become unavailable.

By now you’ve likely had a chance to explore the mapping tools built into the Habitat Network. Whether or not you’ve finished your habitat map, we bet you’ve found yourself with some questions about how to proceed with making a high-quality map. Here are four mapping mistakes we’ve seen derail the best mapping intentions. Check them out, compare our sample maps to your own habitat map, and feel free to let us know what you think.

Today’s Activity:

Check to make sure you aren't running into any of these common mapping problems



The Habitat Network Team

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