The Kalendar was printed in 1493 in Paris and provided ‘Devices for the 12 Months.’ This is a modern (1908) reconstruction of it using wood cuts from the original and adding various text from 16th and 17th Century sources. The text of the month is provided from a 17th Century source and provides an interesting view of what was going on in the country-side in January. To see the full Kalendar go here:
The ‘coney is so ferreted that she cannot keep in her borough’ says Nicholas Breton (the rabbit is so hunted she cannot keep in her burrow’. So I will use an illustration from the London Illustrated Almanac of 1873 which chose the Rabbit as its wild animal of the month.