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In this issue: Window strikes, hibernaculum, featured site, objects, YardMap 101, fens, and FREE curriculum.
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YardMap Newsletter: April 2016
Read the latest LEARN articles on how to create habitat for wildlife.

New Featured Site

These homeowners in Essex County, Massachusetts, have created dense, vibrant, native habitat in their yard. Goodbye lawn, hello wildlife.

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Photo by Richard Barry

Preventing Window Strikes

Millions of birds die each year after colliding with windows.  Learn strategies to help birds without sacrificing the view.

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Photo by David Schiersner

Build a Hibernaculum

Hiber...what?  What's a hibernaculum? Read this article to learn about these winter dwellings for wildlife. DYI ideas provided!

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Photo by Michael Himbeault

Adding Objects
to a Map

Objects convey critical citizen-science information.  Need some help? Check out this new article for hints on adding objects.

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Photo by Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Fens: Wetland Series

Guess what type of wetland has the most diversity? Check out the latest article in our Wetland Series for more cool facts about fens.

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Photo by Joshua Meyer

YardMap 101

If you need extra support on how to use YardMap, explore this step-by-step guide for ideas and tips.

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Photo by Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Attention Educators!

If you're interested in mapping your school property and helping to create habitat for wildlife, here's a FREE lesson from our BirdSleuth program--download it at the bottom of our At A School article.

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Photo by Seattle Municipal Archives
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