Here’s the Fall Foliage You’ll See Most in DC

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Turning on your heat, putting your coat, and preparing your camera–the fall is coming around, and it is time to enjoy the fall foliage around the city.

Some trees are turning yellow or red while others become bare. Here are the five most common deciduous trees in the District and their leaves: red maple, pin oak, willow oak, sugar maple, and red oak. Next time when you pass a beautiful tree, you might be able to recognize it!

DC Fall Foliage Map
Source: District of Columbia Open Data. Illustrations by Manyun Zou.

 

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Mandy is a web fellow at Washingtonian. She is a senior at Missouri School of Journalism. She focuses on reporting and visualizing news stories, in an effort to tell data-heavy stories in a more interesting and interactive way. Feel free to shoot Mandy an email or @ her at Twitter for ideas and thoughts.