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The ‘Worm Moon’ over Mount Katahdin Signals the End of Winter as photographed by Paul Cyr of Presque Isle

A ‘worm moon’ gets its name from the local Native American Algonquin tribes. Every March the snow begins to melt, the ground softens and earthworms appear again. Paul Cyr of Presque Isle braved sub-zero temps to capture this event yesterday over the peak of Mount Katahdin!

Paul Cyr Photo

View The Complete Worm Moon Sequence Here

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