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The time has come in New Horizons for Animal Crossing to be pla

In the vast majority of cases, Animal Crossing: New Horizons corresponds to the seasonal changes that occur in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres of the world. Players can look forward to lush, green grass in the summer, changing colors of deciduous leaves in the fall, snow in the winter, and cherry blossoms in the spring when the weather warms up. Some seasonal changes, on the other hand, take significantly longer to manifest or last for a significantly shorter period of time than players might expect at the time of year.

In New Horizons, it's critical to be aware of when seasonal changes take place because the availability of certain items and clothing changes with the bells animal crossing (not to mention the availability of DIY recipes and materials). Listed below is a detailed description of each season in the northern and southern hemispheres.

Spring bugs, fish, and sea creatures begin to make their way into Animal Crossing: New Horizons on March 1 in the Northern Hemisphere and September 1 in the Southern Hemisphere, respectively.

In celebration of April 1st and October 1st, some hardwood trees on players' islands will bloom with cherry blossoms, causing cherry blossom petals to float through the air as a result of the blooming. Given the short duration of this event (only ten days), players have a very limited window of opportunity to collect petals and cherry blossom DIYs, which are primarily found in balloon gifts during this time period.

When Zipper T. Bunny makes an appearance during the spring season, he announces the upcoming Bunny Day, which is the Animal Crossing equivalent of Easter in the video game. This seasonal event requires players to collect eggs and craft special items in order to receive prizes from Zipper, who appears to be another, unknown NPC in disguise, on Bunny Day itself. Please see the official website for additional information.

Players in the Northern Hemisphere will notice that the snow has stopped falling by February 24, while players in the Southern Hemisphere will notice that the snow has stopped falling by August 25, according to the game's official timeline. Spring has officially arrived, though the animals' behavior will not change for at least a couple of more weeks. Spring and summer are the best times to shop for warm-weather clothing at the Ables Sisters Tailor Shop, which is open during these Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Tickets.

Summer is a time to unwind and enjoy the outdoors.

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the grass and leaves on the trees become darker as the season progresses, and this is reflected in the game. Seasonal events, such as fireworks in August, are also being introduced this year, which is a first for the city. Player's in the Northern Hemisphere will experience summer during the months of June, July, and August; whereas player's in the Southern Hemisphere will experience summer during the months December, January, and February.

Additionally, players can participate in Flick's Bug-Off tournaments, which are held during the summer months and into the beginning of the fall season. If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, these events take place between June and September, while they take place between November and February for those living in the Southern Hemisphere.

Autumn is a beautiful time of year.

In the Northern Hemisphere, the leaves and grass begin to change color in September, whereas this occurs in the Southern Hemisphere in March for players in that region. Several holiday-themed special events, including Halloween and American Thanksgiving, will be available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons this fall, as well as a collection of seasonal animal crossing items.

Warm weather causes the green grass and trees to turn yellow, then orange and finally red. The Ables Sisters Tailor Shop begins to stock more warm-weather clothing as the weather warms up a little. The inventory of Nook's Cranny changes as the weather gets warmer, from stocking rotating fans and air conditioning units to stocking antique radiators, and even space heaters as the temperature rises. In the meantime, players can purchase the Tree's Bounty DIY set, which allows them to make items out of acorns and pinecones that have been shaken from the trees in the game during their gameplay. The availability of these products in both hemispheres is approximately three months per region.

For players in the Northern Hemisphere, mushrooms will begin to sprout near trees in November, and for players in the Southern Hemisphere, mushrooms will begin to sprout near trees in May. If players collect a sufficient number of mushrooms each day, they will be able to craft special mushroom furniture, as well as a mushroom umbrella and a mushroom wand, among other things.

During the months of November and March, players can also catch maple leaves as they fly through the air, in a similar fashion to catching cherry blossoms during the spring season. When maple leaves first appear on the 16th of October and last for only nine days, there is a small window of opportunity to catch them and make maple leaf crafts. The window of opportunity is only nine days long.

Given the gradual change in color of the trees, grass, shrubs, and hedges, as well as the abundance of seasonal resources available to the islanders in the fall, the fall season is perhaps the most frequent and noticeable change to the island's aesthetics in New Horizons: The Voyage Home.

Winter is approaching. Winter officially begins on December 1 in New Horizons, with the arrival of cold-weather bugs, fish, and sea creatures from all over the world, marking the beginning of the season.

On the other hand, players who anticipate snow as soon as November comes to a close will be sorely disappointed if they do not get their wish. It is unpredictable when it comes to the first snowfall in Animal Crossing, just as it is in real life, but it usually occurs around mid-month in the game. Players in the Northern Hemisphere will be able to see snow starting on December 11, and players in the Southern Hemisphere will be able to see snow beginning on June 11.

Snowstorms provide players with the opportunity to catch both regular and large snowflakes, in a manner similar to how they can catch cherry blossom petals and maple leaves during the spring season. These can be used to create the Frozen-themed ACNH items that are currently on offer. In order to obtain these recipes, players must roll snowballs and build Snowboys; the better the Snowboy, the more likely it is that the player will receive a new DIY card from the game. The dung beetles are also known to throw snowballs, which players can catch and deliver to Blathers at the museum, or sell to Flick for Bells if they so desire.

In addition to the Frozen DIY set, the winter season will bring with it a slew of holiday decorations and other goodies to New Horizons. Among the items that players can create are Christmas trees, candles, illuminated reindeer, ornament wreaths, and other holiday-themed decorations. Shaking pine trees with lights inside them (decorated by Isabelle) will allow players to gain access to ornaments, which will be unlocked as long as they keep shaking them. It will be possible for players in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres to see illuminated trees and ornaments from December 15 to January 6.

The Aurora Borealis is a natural phenomenon that can be seen in the northern hemisphere during the winter months if players keep their eyes peeled to the sky. This occurs between December 11 and February 24 for players in the Northern Hemisphere, and between June 11 and August 24 for players in the Southern Hemisphere, between 6 p. m. and 4 a. m. (this is the same time frame as meteor showers, which can occur at any time of year).