Lepus constellation is winter constellation (not Lupus which was spring-summer constellation) and it is in best position on the sky for evening observing in February when it culminates low on the southern sky.
During the evenings in November it rises later in the evening on the southeastern sky and in December also it still rises and is not in good position for observing. In January is very low on the southeastern sky but its celestial objects can be observed later in the evening as soon as it climbs high enough on the sky. In February it culminates low on the southern sky and is in best position for evening observing. In March is very low on the southwestern sky ready to set bellow the horizon and not in good position for observing.
In October can be observed as soon as it climbs high on the sky, but that happens around 3.30 am after midnight. As mentioned above, during the evening hours can be observed in January and February.
Double and multiple stars
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)