“I Spy the 200-year-old oak tree that the Michigan Ross School of Business is moving to make way for new construction,” writes Janet Max. As part of a $135 million expansion, it will “be moved at great expense,” notes Betsy Williams, “and at considerable risk to the tree.”

“Rumor has it that it’s going to cost half a million dollars!” exclaims Shannon Kohlitz. But as Dan Chapman points out, it “will only cost $400,000.” “I sure hope this magnificent tree survives the move,” shares Linore Latham. Lakshmi Narayanan hopes “it remains healthy enough … to benefit many more generations of students.”

We received 26 entries identifying what Emily McKinnon calls the “legacy Bur Oak tree,” as Emily McKinnon calls it. Our random drawing winner is Chad Rocco from Adrian. He’ll enjoy his $25 gift certificate at Grizzly Peak.

To enter next month’s contest, use the clue and photo above to identify the feature and email it to the address below. Special thanks to AOL user Jerri Jenista for suggesting the subject of October’s feature. (Sorry Jerri, I don’t think you can enter!)