The Second Friday in April is West Virginia’s State Arbor Day!
And its home state tree is the Sugar Maple. These leaves emerge as a bright spring green and mature to a darker green during the summer months. It has keys as seed/fruit that are like helicopter blades. It’s well known for the sap that gets tapped from it and is sold as maple syrup.
Three other states have this as their home tree: New York, Vermont, and Wisconsin.
It’s a great tree and hopefully, you’ll get to see one or more in your area. It is found in hardiness zones 3-8.