The FULL moons were badociated with the legend for a long time, and the Native Americans gave a distinctive name to the one that occurred every month.
But what exactly is Wolf Moon in January, when is the best time to see it and what are the others? Full moons calls?
What is a wolf moon?
The full moon of January is called Wolf's Moon.
In 2018, the complete wolf moon will take place on January 2 at 3.24am.
It was named for the howling of wolves that would often be heard outside the native villages in January.
What are the other names given to full moons?
The rest of the months also given names.
February – Snow Moo n
February is the snowiest month in North America.
This year, the complete Snow Moon took place on February 11 at 12.32 a. m.
March – Moon Worm
As the temperature begins to warm in March, the soil begins to thaw and earthworms begin to lift their heads.
This year, the Full Moon Worm took place on March 12 at 2.53 p.m.
April – Pink moon
In April, the weather is warmer and flowers begin to appear.
This moon name came from the pink moss grbad, or phlox of wild earth – one of the first scattered flowers of spring.
This year, the Full Moon Ink P took place on April 11 at 7.08am.
Mayo – Flor Luna
The full moon of May received this name since it is when the flowers are in full bloom.
This year, the complete Flower Moon took place on May 10 at 10.42 p.m.
June – Strawberry Moon
] The strawberry harvest season is at its peak in June.
This year, Strawberry's full moon took place on June 9 at 2.09pm.
July – Buck Moon
In July, dollars begin to grow horns covered in velvety hair.
This year, the complete Buck Moon took place on July 9 at 5.06 a. M.
August – Sturgeon Moon  The fishing tribes named the August moon for the sturgeon, since they were more easily captured during this month.
This year, the complete sturgeon Món took place on August 7 at 7:10 p.m.
September – Moon of the fruit or harvest moon
The harvest moon occurs most commonly in September, but the name goes to the full moon closest to the autumn equinox, which can Fall during October once or twice every decade.
Native Americans gave the name to the September moon because it marked when corn should be harvested.
This year the Moon of the full harvest takes place on September 6 at 8.02 a.m.
October – Hunter's Moon or Harvest Moon
The name was given when the hunters were able to walk easily over the fields and the animals are easier to detect.
Harvest Moon usually falls in September, but every three years (including 2017), falls in October.
This year, the complete Harvest Moon takes place on October 5 at 7.40 p.m. M.
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November – Beaver Moon
In November, beavers are busy preparing for winter – and the tribes would have time to place beaver traps in the hope of securing a skin heat store.
This year, the full Beaver Moon will take place on November 4 at 5.22am.
December – Cold Moon
It goes without saying that December got its name because of the cold winter weather.
It is the month when winter is firmly held and temperatures plummet.
This moon is also sometimes called Long Night Moon, since winter nights are longer and the moon spends more time above the sun horizon.
This year, the full Full Moon takes place on December 3 at 3:46 p.m.