Wolves and owls keep many forms of time. One of which is moons. They are equal to the human month, and takes a whole moon cycle.
- Twelve moons: One year
- Six moons: Half year
- One moon: One month
- Half moon: Two weeks
- Quarter moon: One week
Newing is a phase in which the moon starts the moon cycle again. It is after the moon has fully dwenked. Dwenking is when the moon starts to fade away.
Many moons have names, some are related to what's happening, or what's there. Moons can also be named for festivities.
Moon of the Cracking Ice- March
Moon of the Singing Grass- April
Moon of the Shedding Antlers-May
Moon of the Flies – June
Moon of the Mossflowers – July
Salmon Moon – August
Caribou Moon – September
Moon of the Red Leaf – October
Frost Moon – November
Moon of the First Snow – December
Moon of the Frost Stars – January
Moon of the Frost Blossoms – February
- Confirmed by Kathryn Lasky, moons are the equivalent for monthly intervals.