COOLING OUT. We’ll take a bit of a dip before we climb back up into more temperate settings this weekend as highs get stuck in the mid-30s. Make it through Thursday and you’ll be set for that first really springy weekend of the season. We’ve got the info you need, including cool resources from the Fish & Wildlife Service, free Ranger Rick and info on ND’s state parks in this time of social distancing.
Featured Photo: ROCK IT. Young hikers find a rock along the trail in the hills near DEO Headquarters. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Wed 3/25 – Cooler – Hi 36, Lo 26, Wind NE@8
Tomorrow: Thu 3/26 – Climbing – Hi 42, Lo 26, Wind S@8
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
8:33AM 9:26PM 2:54PM 2:33AM
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent (1% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 8:00-9:00AM. Moonrise following sunrise will extend your early morning success in our Edge Hour.
TAKE FLIGHT! The US Fish & Wildlife Service shares its flight feather identification program via the agency’s blog. More than 400 species flight feathers are cataloged in this impressive compendium known as the Feather Atlas.
PARK IT. While North Dakota State Park facilities, overnight camping and buildings may be closed, there’s plenty to do each day in one of the state’s dozens of parks on their trails, waters and open spaces. Check it out and see what’s available to assist with your social distancing projects at the ND State Park & Recreation site.
FREE READS. The National Wildlife Federation is offering up Ranger Rick, its classic kids magazine chock full of fun wildlife information, free of charge in online format for those stuck at home but yearning to get outdoors. Share this great resource with youngsters to keep them connected to the outdoor world!