Fall Foliage Report For Weekend Of November 1

Peak fall colors are starting to fade in Bucks County, but this weekend should provide one more chance to see nature’s show.

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Bureau of Forestry released their fall foliage report for the weekend of November 1 and Bucks County listed as “starting to fade.”

Peak conditions persist throughout the Southeastern Region but may not last with today’s expected storms. Hickories, maples, beeches, and oaks are vibrant in widespread areas. Species showing the best color include pignut hickories and red maples, which are blaze-orange and fiery red, respectively.

Pennsylvania is one of three regions of that globe  – Eastern North America, The British Isles, and parts of northwestern Europe Northeastern China and northern Japan – that support deciduous forests that display fall autumn color. and, working with our partners at Visit Bucks County, put together a fall foliage viewing guide with some of our favorite (and little-known) scenic foliage viewing locations.

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