Perhaps you noticed it, too, if you recently happened to check on the Peregrines after dark. I popped-in, as I occasionally do, briefly at about 10 p.m. the other night and noticed a large bright blob in the sky on the “scenic” webcam’s black-n-white view. On Friday night I checked the time of the moonrise and captured a series of still shots that show the progression of the full moon rise. April’s full moon is known as the “Full Pink Moon” and was named because it coincided with the appearance of wild ground phlox, an early spring flower (yes, I had to look this up). Unfortunately, moonrise has now fallen back to 11:59 p.m. So if there are insomniacs that need something to help them fall asleep, watching the moonrise over the City of Lincoln via the Peregrine webcam may just be the ticket.