The best part about viewing the fall color is, it won't cost one red cent to enjoy!
Let me qualify that. Fall color viewing will not cost anything if you are lucky enough to live in or near a deciduous forest or have trees in your yard that express fall color. All others better get ready to pay for the experience. City escapees spend over one billion dollars each season looking at what many consider the splashiest show in nature. Autumn leaf viewing is a major vacation attraction - especially throughout New England, the central Northwoods and the Appalachian Mountains of the Eastern United States.
Here are ten of the best fall leaf viewing trips you can make: 10 Best Places to See Fall Color in North American Forests
No forestry site would be complete without some mention of the October tree viewing pilgrimage - and how people can better enjoy viewing the autumn foliage. I've developed this quick leaf-viewing reference that includes some basic tree leaf science and leaf viewing tips. You will find enough information here to enhance your next autumn leaf viewing trip. Use this guide as a starting point for your next leaf-viewing vacation.
Starting Tips for Viewing Leaves
(2) Review these leaf silhouettes of common tree species - Identify a Tree by Leaf Silhouette
(3) Get a recommended field guide to enhance the trip - Top Fall Color Tree Resources and Field Guides and Top North American Tree Identification Field Guides
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