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WAUSAU — Wisconsinoutdoorfun.com is once again collecting your fall color photos. Share your shots with our readers by sending them to Brian Otten at botten@wisconsinoutdoorfun.com.

Also, Wisconsinoutdoorfun.com has partnered with Travelwisconsin.com to offer a guide to Wisconsin's fall color at a glance.

To the right of this and all stories on Wisconsinoutdoorfun.com is a graphic that will be updated frequently and will show, by county, the peak color areas in the state.

For the full fall color guide from Travelwisconsin.com, click the map described above.

The fall color report on Travelwisconsin.com is created using information provided by more than 100 spotters in all 72 counties. The site is updated at least once a week as information is submitted.

Some spectacular fall color viewing areas in Wisconsin include: the Lake Superior shoreline along the Bayfield Peninsula in far northern Wisconsin; Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest near Hayward; St. Croix National Scenic Riverway in northwestern Wisconsin; Rib Mountain State Park and the Wausau area in Central Wisconsin; Peninsula State Park and Potawatomi State Park in Door County in eastern Wisconsin; Kettle Moraine State Forest in southeastern Wisconsin; the Wisconsin River Valley, Baraboo Hills region (especially Devil's Lake State Park) and Wildcat Mountain State Park near Ontario in southwestern Wisconsin; and the Mississippi River Valley in western Wisconsin.

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