Kip Adams is a passionate deer hunter from Pennsylvania and the director of education and outreach for the Quality Deer Management Association. He filed this report on the Keystone State action he’s been seeing: “Northern PA is having a great red oak acorn crop. White oak acorns are less prevalent, but red oak acorns are littering the forest floor. As soon as acorns started falling deer started hitting them, and their visits to food plots became less frequent. That said, they are still hitting my soybean, clover, and brassica food plots. Farmers in my area began combining corn two weeks ago, so the landscape is starting to open up.