Win a Trip to Arizona

Name The Boulders Resort’s wildlife and win a getaway

The Boulders Resort has two championship Jay Morrish-designed golf courses.

The Boulders Resort in Carefree, Ariz. is giving away six getaways to website visitors who submit the most creative names for the property’s wildlife. The Boulders Resort’s 1,300 acres is home to indigenous plants and animals like chuckwallas, lizards, javalinas, coyotes, roadrunners and bobcats.

During the Nature’s Namesake contest, contestants can submit names for The Boulders Resort’s bobcat, bumble bee, quail, great horned owl, javalina and bunny. Judges will pick six winners based on creativity and originality.

Winners will receive a two-night stay, a $500 credit toward airfare, and a complimentary Desert Photo Tour, which is led by the hotel’s resident nature photographer and explores off-the-beaten-path locals where wildlife is likely to roam.

The Nature’s Namesake contest comes a year after the resort’s Name the Cactus contest. The Boulders Resort features 160 guest casitas and 61 one-, two- and three-bedroom villas, seven restaurants and a lounge, two championship Jay Morrish-designed golf courses, eight tennis courts, and a Golden Door Spa. The contest ends June 29.