Have you ever seen The Full Beaver Moon? You probably have, but didn't know it's name. You'll have another chance November 10th.

Each full moon of the year has a different name, according to the Farmer's Almanac. The names come from Native Americans who lived in what is now the eastern and northern United States.

Other full moon names include the Full Wolf Moon (January), the Full Worm Moon (March), the Full Strawberry Moon (June), and the Full Sturgeon Moon (August)

So how did the Full Beaver Moon get it's name? It's given the name, because hunters used to set their beaver traps by the light of the November Full Moon.