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HABITAT MAPPING EMAIL SERIES: 14th Activity
Habitat Network Member Since <<Join Date>>

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Dear <<Citizen Scientist Login_Name>>,

Today’s Activity: Photograph Your Site to Document Change

You've been a member of Habitat Network for a while now. About six months ago we suggested that one fantastic way to stay in-tune with your progress is to take photographs from the same angle of your yard (or other site) every six months. It can be tricky to remember to do this, so this is your 6-month reminder. If you took advantage of our first prompt and took a photo, it will be nice to reflect on seasonal changes and progress when you upload a new one. If you didn't quite get around to taking and uploading a photo 6 months ago, now would be a great time to start this tradition. 

Want some tips on taking amazing landscape photos? Read ours....

Photoholics Continue to Unite,

The Habitat Network Team

 


Previous habitat mapping activities:

#1: Solve Common Problems Mapping

#2:  Add Ecological Details to Your Map

#3:  Check: Is Your Map Complete?

#4:  Customize Your Map with Objects

#5:  Add Photos to Your Map

#6:  Plan Your Habitat

#7:  Get to Know Your Ecoregion

#8:   Identify a New Plant

#9:   Monitor Wildlife

#10: Photograph Your Site to Document Change

#11:  Update Your Map

#12:  Reach Out to the People Around You

#13:  Research a New Plant for Your Space

 

 
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