March’s Full Moon

March’s full moon is commonly called the Full Worm Moon.

March’s full moon is commonly called the Full Worm Moon. This is because of the earthworms that wriggle out of the ground as the earth begins to thaw in March. Here’s a little known fact about March’s full moon: it was called the Worm Moon only by Southern Native American tribes. In fact, there’s no way the Nothern tribes would have ever called it the Worm Moon – and the reason why is fascinating.

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20 thoughts on “March’s Full Moon”

  1. D.L. Finn, Author

    I wondered why it was called a worm moon. I was beautiful last night with just a few clouds to frame it.

  2. This is very interesting, Colleen. I used to watch the moon cycles and anticipate the full moon and took photos of the full moon for years. I should get back to it because it’s very interesting. 🙂

  3. Thank you for sharing this very interesting information. I like “Warming” Moon best.(I am ready to be warm. 🙂 This morning I saw the Worm Moon up over the mountains, It was so amazingly beautiful. Have a lovely day.

  4. Very interesting about the Sap Moon. My husband is up in Vermont with a friend of his gathering maple sap, and I just got a text that they’ve started boiling.

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