Fall begins with the autumnal equinox, usually around September 22 or 23. The equinox is the time of the year when we have equal length of night and day.

Trees in Autumn
Forest in Fall

Fall arrives and with it leaves changing colors and the autumnal equinox.

Pumpkin Fields

Be on the lookout for migrating birds such as Whooping Cranes in October, but say goodbye for the winter to hibernating species such as amphibians and reptiles.

Gourds and Pumpkins

Last call for catching sight of migrating birds such as whooping cranes, swans, hawks, Canada geese, Tundra swans and more that head south for the winter months.

Bunch of gourds
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Forest with orange leaves
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Tom (male) turkey
Last call for migrants: watch for the whooping cranes, swans, hawks, Canada geese and cedar waxwings heading south.
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Girl standing in a forest at autumn
Watch for the endangered whooping cranes to begin migrating.
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Beaver lodge in fall
Autumnal Equinox arrives (hours of the day and night are equal) September 22, officially the first day of fall.
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Two wild turkey in a feild
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Leaves changing colors
While you were playing in the hot sun during summer vacation the trees on the streets, in the parks, and in the forests were working hard to keep you cool.
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