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Wanna Find the Best Spots in DC to See the Leaves Change Color? Check Out this Map from Casey Trees

From Casey Trees:

“As the start of October often marks the rapid onset of fall, we have decided to celebrate the changing seasons by highlighting some of D.C.’s most colorful corridors in a new fall color map. As a visual guide, the map provides suggested viewing routes for five vibrant species. Check out more details about two of them, the ginkgo and the American elm, below and three more in October’s edition of the Leaflet.

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