Daily Edge 5/15 – Fawns & Flamingo

WINDY ONE!   Gusts kick up today as instability builds into the region. We cover tips for young wildlife encounters, the coming shift in the weather and a rare visitor to the states in today’s Three Things.

Featured Photo:  IN THE WEEDS.  A young whitetail deer peeks out from some foliage. Simonson Photo


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Wed 5/15 – Southerlies – Hi 84, Lo 50, Wind S@20, G30
Tomorrow: Thu 5/16 – Cooler – Hi 66, Lo 52, Wind N@13, G20


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
6:09AM       9:11PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
5:26PM        4:56AM       11:30PM      11:05AM


Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous (87% Full)


EDGE HOUR:    5:00-6:00AM.  Moonset ahead of Sunrise will be your best bet in a gusty day.




HANDS OFF.  The NDG&F Dept. reminds the public that contact with baby animals can occur this time of year.  While cute, or apparently helpless, the department notes they should be left alone and untouched, for their best chance at survival.

DOWNTURN.  It may be a washout weekend with a big shift coming tomorrow night in our weather pattern.  A low pressure system sets up shop to the south and pumps moisture in starting Friday running through Sunday.

TICKLED PINK.  A fun story from the FWS covering a transplanted pink flamingo will add some color to your day.  It’s likely the wild bird was brought to Florida on the winds of a hurricane last year.


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