- Project FeederWatch continues, www.birds.cornell.edu/pfw
- Rare gulls and terns can be found along the Great Lakes.
- Black Bear cubs are born beginning in late January.
- Listen for Great Horned Owls' "hoot" as they pair up for mating season.
- During late January or early February, Great Horned Owls will be sitting on their eggs.
- Now through late March is a difficult time for birds; providing food and an open source of water is important.
- Cardinals flocking; they're usually the first and last birds to be seen at feeders.
- White-tailed Deer bucks are shedding their antlers, marking the end of breeding season.
- Late in the month, as days lengthen, Tufted Titmice and cardinals begin to sing.
- Start planning your butterfly and bird gardens this month.
- Carolina Wrens can be sustained with suet and mealworms.
- Aldo Leopold's (Father of Wildlife Conservation) birthday Jan. 11
- Quadrantid Meteor Shower early in the month. See up to 60 falling meteors per hour!