“As the colors of the leaves change from different shades of green to golden yellows, oranges, bright reds and even deep purples, you can’t help but marvel at how beautiful the forests have become. This past week, my field botany class went for a walk around UWGB’s arboretum where we were looking at how the same genus of trees, such as maples or oaks, display such a wide variety of colors.” The author, Kennedy Zittel is an intern at Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve in Two Rivers.
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