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Brown County leaf cam goes live


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The colors of fall will soon be here, and those especially excited can watch the changing leaves on Brown County’s Leaf Cam.

Brown County released its annual online Leaf Cam on Tuesday where users can watch the leaves change colors over the course of the day. 

Refreshing every 15 minutes, viewers can watch the leaves change in real time. Users can tune in daily for a recap of the changing scenery with footage from the Bean Blossom overlook, according to the Brown County press release.

The Leaf Cam allows users to watch the foliage change from either that day, week or month in a fast-paced video. The website also allows user to zoom into the images and includes a tab that gives information on the weather, sunrise and sunset times, precipitation, temperature and other factors.

Dedicated users may even be able to pinpoint when the exact peak of the fall leaves will occur this year.

The Brown County Leaf Cam can be found online at

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