Tonight the moon is full. The Celts called the full moon of February the “Moon of Ice,” well-named I’d say. To the Algonquin Indians of North America, this is the Hunger Moon; it appeared at a time of year when, deep in the cold of winter, food was scarce. Other names for this moon include the Kutenai Indians’ Black Bear Moon, or the Sioux Indians’ Raccoon Moon. The San Ildefonso peoples call this the Wind Moon, while to the Winnebago tribes it is the Fish-Running Moon. The Tewa Pueblos knew this as the Moon of Cedar Dust Wind, while the San Juan Indians call this, Moon When the Coyotes are Frightened. Tonight’s full moon is within the borders of the constellation Leo the Lion, right next to its brightest star, Regulus, which marks the lion’s heart. Regulus is bright, but the full moon is much brighter, making it difficult to see Regulus!