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Winter is the time for peaceful reflection. January's moon has been called the quiet moon, the snow moon, the cold moon, moon of little winter and the serenity moon.

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In March, there is a change in the air. You can sense winter ending and new life coming.

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In June, the month of solstice, spring shifts to summer. The days are the longest of the year and the sun is at its strongest place in the sky.
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September's moon marks the beginning of autumn. Traditional names reflect this, including harvest moon, hunter's moon, wine, singing, wood moon, and moon when deer paw the earth.

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October's moon is known as the blood moon, hunters moon, harvest, vintage, shedding, falling leaf, winter coming, ten colds, and the moon of the changing seasons.

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The days continue to darken and shorten in November. This dramatic moon has been called dark moon, fog moon, snow moon, mad moon, sacrifice moon, mourning moon and the moon when deer shed antlers.

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December's moon has been called cold moon, oak moon, wolf moon, big winter and moon of popping trees. This is a time of long dark cold nights and we begin to wonder if we will ever feel the warmth of the sun again.

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The heron is a common site in the northwest, exhibiting stealth, grace, and patience as it stalks small fish in the shallows.
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The moon is earth's constant companion, but the moon we see is forever changing.

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The legends of the Haida people tell how in the beginning the world was dark and the sun was kept hidden in the house of the sky chief.
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The raven is one of the most important figures in the legends of native people of the northwest.
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The turtle is an ancient symbol of earth and appears in many creation stories.
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The heron is a common site in the northwest, exhibiting stealth, grace, and patience as it stalks small fish in the shallows

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Since before history, salmon ran in the northwest rivers like blood in the veins of the land.
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Looking at the moon changes every human being. The moon is both ever present and ever changing to our eyes.
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A mother holds her child in a nurturing embrace.
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Once, long ago, the raven transformed himself into a fir needle
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To the native people of the north, the wolf was revered for his skill as a hunter and ability to survive in harsh conditions.
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