- Karl Urban, USDA Forest Service, Umatilla
National Forest, Pendleton, OR, generously provided the line drawings
of Weston's Mariposa Lily (Calochortus westonii), Wild Strawberry
(Fragaria vesca), Back's Sedge (Carex backii), California
Pitcher Plant (Darlingtonia californica), Sticky Currant (Ribes
viscosissimum), and Simpson's Ball Cactus (Pediocactus simpsonii)
used on the main Celebrating Wildflowers page. He also provided
the 345 Northwest wildflower coloring book pages and accompanying coloring
guides for this site.
- Dorothy A. Riddle provided
the Texas Hill Country wildflower coloring book pages.
- Donald Davidson provided the watercolors used in the Traveling Artist Wildflowers Project
The Celebrating Wildflowers - Variety in Bloom
logo by Cheryl Fredrickson is used courtesy of the Northwest Interpretive
Association and consists of the Calypso orchid (Calypso bulbosa),
which is a rare find in openings of moist conifer forests of the Pacific
Northwest and Rocky Mountains, and Hall's violet (Viola hallii)
which brings color to grasslands, open forests, and parks on the west side
of the Oregon Cascades.
The photographs used in the film background,
the background of this page, and of the False Solomon's Seal on the Wildflower
Hotline page were taken by Jil M. Swearingen of the National Park Service's
Center for Urban Ecology in Washington, DC.
- The Lady
Bird Johnson Wildflower Center maintains the native plant event calendar.
This Celebrating Wildflowers website was designed
and is maintained by Olivia Kwong who works for the Society for Ecological
Restoration at the Bureau of Land Management in Washington, DC. The
web space is provided by the National Park Service's ParkNet.