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Published By Todd Lucier on September 18th, 2004 in Edge Insider
Algonquin Park Fall Colors are growing in intensity every day. This picture taken September 18th. Our guests are still arriving over the next few weeks to enjoy trips into the Fall Colors of Algonquin Park by joining us for our Algonquin Park Wolf Howl Canoe Trips!
Lucky me, I get to lead a trip next week with a large group travelling from Windsor on a guided Canoe Trip. May Blue Skys prevail!
This image shows a row of birches near the water that have already turned brownish yellow and are dropping their leaves. Birch usually flame out in a bright yellow after the maples have dropped their leaves, but due to the birch skeletonizer we’ll not get that lingering color this year. (For more Sept 10 post.) So if you want to see fall colour this year, get here before Thanksgiving Weekend, it could be a shorter than normal season for fall colour.