Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Where Have All the Acorns Gone?

This was posted in the December 8th E-Forester, the Society of American Foresters electronic newsletter. Very interesting reading, especially since Pennsylvania experienced a similar lack of acorn crop. Appears as though it was region wide.

November 30 – Long before people paved over the area, oak and hickory forests—and occasionally acorns—covered much of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. This year, however, the acorns are hard to come by.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Interesting...and I thought we just had too many squirrels :) This is a great article.