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Note: Full Moon dates are based on
Eastern Standard Time.
Because of time zone differences, the Full Moon
may occur on a different date in your region.

 

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January

12

1/31

20

9

28

18

7

25

14

3

February

11

--

19

8

27

16

6

23

12

2

March

12

2/31

19

9

28

18

6

25

14

3

April

11

30

18

7

26

16

5

24

13

2

May

11

30

18

7

26

15

4

23

13

2, 31

June

10

28

16

5

24

14

3

22

11

30

July

9

28

16

5

24

13

2/31

21

10

29

August

7

26

15

4

22

12

29

19

9

28

September

6

25

13

2

21

10

28

17

7

26

October

5

24

13

2

21

10

27

17

6

26

November

4

23

11

1/30

19

8

26

15

5

24

December

3

22

11

30

19

8

26

15

4

23

Full Moon Names

Historically, the Indians of what are now the northern and eastern United States kept track of the seasons by giving a distinctive name to each recurring full Moon, this name being applied to the entire month in which it occurred. With some variations, the same Moon names were used throughout the Algonquin tribes from New England to Lake Superior.

Names

Month

Other Names Used

 

Full Wolf Moon

January

Full Old Moon

Full Snow Moon

February

Full Hunger Moon

Full Worm Moon

March

Full Crow Moon, Full Crust Moon, Full Sugar Moon, Full Sap Moon

Full Pink Moon

April

Full Sprouting Grass Moon, Full Egg Moon, Full Fish Moon

Full Flower Moon

May

Full Corn Planting Moon, Full Milk Moon

Full Strawberry Moon

June

Full Rose Moon, Full Hot Moon

Full Buck Moon

July

Full Thunder Moon, Full Hay Moon

Full Sturgeon Moon

August

Full Red Moon, Full Green Corn Moon

Full Harvest Moon*

September

Full Corn Moon, Full Barley Moon

Full Hunter's Moon

October

Full Travel Moon, Full Dying Grass Moon

Full Beaver Moon

November

Full Frost Moon

Full Cold Moon

December

Full Long Nights Moon

* The Harvest Moon is always the full Moon closest
to the autumnal equinox. If the Harvest Moon occurs in October,
 the September full Moon is usually called the Corn Moon.

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