It's probably some variety of red maple- which is a native species for much
of the eastern USA- the leaves may be reddish/green early in the season. If
it's in your yard, it may be a landscape variety- which usually have a
longer "red season" for the leaves- but, most will turn green. However, some
seem to stay dark red through most of the season.
The one I have is taller than my two story house. The leaves look to be
between dark green and a reddish green (depending on the light). The
leaves closer to the trunk appear to be greener. Those on the fringe
seem to generally be redder.
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