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Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 29

Northern Kentucky is now on the tail-end of a bittersweet peak of color.  Even though many trees are now barren of leaves, those that are participating in the color display are doing so spectacularly....

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 22

The peak of color is likely occurring now across north-central Kentucky.  The height of the color display should continue until the middle of next week, but truly spectacular trees are spotty in occur...

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 15

Significant, rapid-paced color change is occurring at this time, but  the transformation is inconsistent with as little as 20% coloration in some areas and as much as 50% in others.  Sugar maple, hick...

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 9

The fall color transformation across northern Kentucky is progressing slowly.  In addition to the yellow, gold, and brown displays of hardwood trees like walnut and hickory that were reported last wee...

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 1

Conditions have been favorable for the development of good color in recent days as northern Kentucky continues to enjoy a majority of bright, sunny days with comparatively cool evening temperatures.  ...

Kentucky’s ColorFall 2014 Helps Public Track Leaf Changes

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Fall has arrived, and with it the 2014 edition of the ColorFall program touting peak foliage viewing areas and exciting autumn events around Kentucky. ColorFall is designed to aid pub...