Falling acorns drive students nuts, but play an important role in the ecosystem

By Mary King

Acorns that hit the tops of student heads as they walk through campus. (Mary King / Carolina Connection)

It’s fall in Chapel Hill. That means crisp air, colorful leaves … and falling acorns. Tons and tons of falling acorns. It’s a phenomenon that’s driving some UNC students nuts.

Mary King reports.

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