Endangered birds and unusual geography are just two of the clues in this contest. 
Name these attractions across Kansas by June 24 in the comment section below, and you'll be entered into a drawing to win four admission tickets for the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum. You have a bit of a photo and a short clue for each one. The winner will be announced Friday, June 28. Hit the road and visit them all this summer! 

Southeast Kansas:

 

This museum was built from the memories and mementos a globe-trotting couple brought back to her hometown of Chanute. They are still taking us along on exotic journeys through this attraction.

Northwest Kansas:

 

A unique geological formation draws visitors to the northwest part of the state. It was created by windblown deposits of silt and centuries of erosion.

Northeast Kansas:

 

This is the Emporia home of a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist.

Photo courtesy of Kansas Historical Society

Central Kansas:

 

This wetlands area near Stafford hosts migrating birds every year, including the endangered Whooping Crane.

Photo courtesy of Dr. Dan Witt.

Southwest Kansas:

 

Some people collect stamps and some people collect - well - much bigger things. The donation of a personal collection gave this museum in Liberal its start.