As many as 1, 100 plant species are found in Acadia National Park in Maine, USA – including 400 indigenous plant species.
Each year during fall season one can see the spectacular display of colours by different plant species.
Following the 1947 fire, a new forest filled with birch, maple and aspen has sprung amid the surviving evergreens. This eventually has led to an increase in the intensity of fall foliage and diversity of Acadia’s woodlands.
This photograph was taken, during the peak of fall 2017, from a chartered plane.
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