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 ends midnight Saturday, May 16, 2020.
Name this native raptor that can dive into water and catch live fish, has white under its wings making it easier to identify from below, and builds its nests atop trees over bodies of water, like this one shown atop a cypress at dusk.
Name the pond plant whose flower is shown here:
Name the organization that holds monthly full moon paddles year round on one of its waterways. This photo was from the full flower moon in May 2020:
The widened base of a cypress tree, as shown to the right of the canoe in this photo, is called a what? (Hint, medieval cathedrals often have them too).
Name the body of water in the WWALS watersheds where all these items/events can be found/occur.
Your postal street address
Street address line 2 (if needed)
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?
WWALS facebook page
Aquiferious facebook group
Spring Hunters facebook group
WWALS facebook group
Are you interested in any of these WWALS activities? For more, or to volunteer for a WWALS Committee, see:
Opposing a titanium mine near the Okefenokee Swmap
Water quality testing
Promoting solar power
Opposing the Florida Toll Roads to Ruin
Bill of Rights for Nature
Opposing the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline or Liquid Natural Gas
Building water trails
Opposing phosphate mines
Helping Best Management Practices for agriculture
Reining in water withdrawals such as by Nestle
Making sure coal ash gets properly disposed of by the companies that made it
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