Taking in local leaf peeping


As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.

As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.


Beth Sergent | Tribune

As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.


Beth Sergent | Tribune

As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.

As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.

As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2018/11/web1_11.8-Lake-1.jpgAs the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds. Beth Sergent | Tribune

As the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2018/11/web1_11.8-Lake-2.jpgAs the days get shorter and the nights a little cooler, fall foilage is still hanging on for some final leaf peeping of the season. Here, trails around the Tycoon Lake Wildlife Area just north of Rio Grande have been ablaze with plenty of color, including vibrant reds and golds. Beth Sergent | Tribune