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What happens to my habitat map if I move to a new house?

You can still see your old habitat map if you do not delete it. We hope you create a new habitat map for your new residence, too. Your old map will still exist in our database, and the new residents cannot delete your map (but they can hide it if they want to create one […]

You can still see your old habitat map if you do not delete it. We hope you create a new habitat map for your new residence, too. Your old map will still exist in our database, and the new residents cannot delete your map (but they can hide it if they want to create one of their own). We encourage you to tell the people who are buying or renting your old property about this citizen science project and the benefits of the wildlife gardening you invested in at the property. You can leave them a note, or just copy our suggested text, print it, and leave it on the kitchen counter.

Congratulations on moving in! We wanted to let you know that this property is documented on Habitat Network. We have maintained a habitat map online to help researchers at Cornell understand the benefits of wildlife gardening. We’ve worked hard to create a “wildlife-friendly” yard, and we hope you’ll check out our map at www.Habitat.Network. Please consider creating a habitat map of your own and continue contributing to this fabulous research project. It’s free, it’s citizen science, and the project is a fantastic way to connect to science and other like-minded folks around the country. Thanks!