This is another constellation, in this case, one named after someone named Bootes. Actually there should be two dots over the second "o" in his name, but I can't do that here - often they are left out. Bootes is a big guy, though he is often mistaken for a kite. In mythology he is often thought of as the wagon driver or chariot driver, though he is also thought to be hunting the two bears (Ursa Major and Ursa Minor). You can see how he is fairly close to the tail of the Big Dipper.

One of spotting Bootes, and his bright star Arcturus, is to follow the arc of the handle of the Big Dipper, since it "arcs to Arcturus". Arcturus is one of the brighter night time stars out there and you can see it and Bootes from late Spring until early Autumn.