March does signal the start of spring, after all, with the Spring Equinox falling on March 20, at 12:15 P.M.
Because of the Equinox, March's full moons (also sometimes referred to as Lenten Moon, Crow Moon, Chaste Moon, or Sugar Moon) span two seasons: The Worm Moon is the last full moon of this winter, while the Sap Moon will be the first full moon of this spring.
The moon rise reflecting the light of the sunset.
EST on the first day of the month, but if you miss it, there's always the blue moon at the end of the month.
(A blue moon, of course, is the term for two full moons within the same calendar month.) Dubbed the Sap Moon, which is another name some regions have for a full moon in March (a nod to maple tree tapping around this time), this one takes place at 8:37 a.m.