Worm moon

Published February 22, 2017 by Lunapo

This morning, we walked out of the house to a symphony of bird song. 

The birds were even more loud and numerous when we returned home in the late afternoon. 

The mailbox is blocking another dozen or so on the ground

The March Full Moon is known as the Worm Moonoon because worms are beginning to surface and birds are coming out to feast. The Worm Moon is still 17 days away, but the worms are already starting in Raleigh. 

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