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HABITAT MAPPING EMAIL SERIES: 5th Activity
Habitat Network Member Since <<Join Date>>

Dear <<Citizen Scientist Login_Name>>,

Today’s Topic: Adding Photos to Your Map

 

Our last email focused on enhancing a map with objects. This time we cover a different kind of enhancement: Photos. Adding an image (or two, or three) is a great way to help other people see your site in all its glory.

You can add photos to your site, to a specific habitat, or even to an object. If you have a tricky plant ID we humbly suggest uploading an image of the plant and sharing it in the forums. You might be surprised by the experts there that will jump at the opportunity to help you out.  

 

Ready for our close-up,
The Habitat Network Team

 

Previous habitat mapping tips:

# 1:Solutions to common problems mapping

# 2: Adding Ecological Details to Your Map

#3: Is Your Map Complete?

#4: Customizing Your Map with Objects

 

 
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