Fall Colors Start to Emerge as Autumn Officially Begins
Signs of fall color are starting to be noticed around the state
Autumn officially began on Sunday, Sept. 22, and with its arrival people may begin to notice some colors emerging as the fall color season begins, according to Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
“The signs of fall color are starting to be noticed around the state,” said ODNR Fall Color Forester Casey Burdick. “Ohioans will start to see yellow leaves on buckeye trees and blushes of red from Virginia creeper and poison ivy.”
People interested in finding out where the most captivating leaves will be throughout the upcoming fall color season should check out fallcolor.ohiodnr.gov, ODNR’s premier guide to Ohio’s fall color season.
ODNR encourages people to take fall color photos and upload them to social media using ODNR’s hashtag, #ohiofallcolor2013. Follow @ohiodnr on Twitter and Ohio Department of Natural Resources on Facebook to see more fall color photos.
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