Please identify (by scientific or common name) each of the items highlighted in a set of photos and then come up with the name of the WWALS waterway where all the photos were taken.

The first person to submit the correct answers wins a packet of WWALS photo notecards from that watershed.

Winners will be listed in the Tannin Times Newsletter that goes to WWALS members each month, as well as in a followup WWALS blog post shared on facebook, Instagram, and twitter.
We will not publish your contact information; just your name.

WWALS charter board member emeritus Bret Wagenhorst, who writes the monthly Biota column in the newsletter, and who designed the notecards, will select the winner and send him or her the packet of notecards.

This contest opens Tuesday, May 5, 2020, and ends midnight Saturday, May 9, 2020.
Email address *
Name this native butterfly: *
Give the local name for this infamous, now no longer used bridge, made a little famous by a movie based on its scary history: *
Name the pointy objects shown: *
Name the flower (hint: note the foliage; two native flowers found along the WWALS rivers have similar flowers but distinctly different leaves): *
Name the WWALS River where all of these can be seen. *
Your Name *
Your postal street address *
Street address line 2 (if needed)
City *
State *
ZIP Code *
Your telephone number for making sure you get your cards if you win
Tell us a bit about your interests, please.
Where did you hear about this contest?
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Are you interested in any of these WWALS activities? For more, or to volunteer for a WWALS Committee, see: https://forms.gle/S8Jj7bYNFUB4oszi6
Are you a WWALS member?
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Do you want to become a WWALS member or sponsor WWALS programs, projects, education, or advocacy? For how, follow this link: http://wwals.net/donations/
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