For the most part, Autumn colors in the Central Interior of British Columbia tend to be painted with the yellow hues. There are some exceptions, one of which is the Red-Osier Dogwood, a common bushy plant that grows in the forest which is a favorite food for moose. The leaves of the sprawling bush add a red accent to all the shades of yellow and yellowish greens that predominate in the woods. Here are a couple of photos of the plant I took this rainy morning while walking around the pond.
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