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In this issue: Alternatives to insecticides, native seeds, bat houses, and Alaska and Hawaii ecoregions.
 
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Habitat Network Newsletter: January 2017
Read the latest LEARN articles on how to create habitat for wildlife.

Alternatives to Insecticides

Applying insecticides to our gardens often has unforeseen consequences. Learn more about this issue and other ideas for how to deal with insect pests without chemicals.
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Photo of Black-and-white Warbler by Gary Tyson

Native Seeds

Now is a great time to make your spring seed choices. If you’ve decided to add some native plants, this article will help you learn what to consider before buying. You’ll also be able to locate native-seed distributors in your region.
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Photo by USDA

Bat Houses

Bats are unsung habitat heroes. They perform an important ecological service by hunting insects and pollinating many plants in the southwest and tropical environments. Help them by providing bat houses.
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Photo by Matt

Alaska and Hawaii Ecoregions

We are happy to announce that you can now search zip codes in Alaska and Hawaii when using our Local Resources Tool under the Explore Tab. Discover your ecoregion, find native plants and pollinators, or investigate nurseries in your region.
Map your habitat now!
 
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