Welcome back to HabiChat!
In this summer issue, you'll find a native animal profile about one of my favorite avians, along with a discussion of native lawn alternatives and resources for planting low growers. As summer reading programs gear up, we're offering some suggestions of our favorite books for young naturalists to add to your lists. And finally, don't forget to bling out your native gardens with colorful certification signs to educate your neighbors. Congrats to all our student readers for another academic year completed, and have a great summer!
In This Issue
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