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REPORT DATE: October 26, 2006

Rocky Mountain Region Fall Color Report 2006

Shoshone National Forest

http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/shoshone/

Estimated Percentage of Current Fall Foliage:

Fall color viewing has ended on the Shoshone National Forest due to recent high winds and heavy snowfall.

Areas with Greatest Amount of Color / Recommended Viewing Areas:

Fall color viewing has ended due to recent high winds and heavy snowfall.

Estimated Peak Viewing Period:

Fall color viewing has ended due to recent high winds and heavy snowfall.

Viewing Suggestions:

Fall color viewing has ended due to recent high winds and heavy snowfall.

Types of Trees Currently Changing Color:

Fall color viewing has ended due to recent high winds and heavy snowfall.

For more information on Fall Colors Please Contact:

North Zone - Clarks Ranger District / Greybull Ranger District./ Wapiti Ranger District: 307-527-6921; South Zone - Washakie Ranger District: 307-332-5460; Wind River Ranger District: 307-455-2466.

Report submitted by Doris Kyffin.

 

 

 

 

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