For the Love of Geography: Deciduous Forests

Deciduous forests can be found worldwide but are most widespread in eastern United States, central Europe and eastern Europe. The deciduous forest is comprised of broadleaf trees and have four distinct season and the leaves change color and lose their leaves in the winter.

Hominy Ridge Lake, Salamonie River State Forest, Indiana

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Hoosier National Forest, Indiana

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Mountain Farm, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, North Carolina

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Other posts in this series on Forests: Temperate Forests, Coniferous Forests, Deciduous Forests, Cold Dry Forests, Hot Dry Forests

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