Dissecting owl pellets seems to be a part of third or fourth grade curriculums around the country. Owl pellets are the undigestible and regurgitated parts of small animals that owls have eaten. Dissecting a pellet will often reveal bones and other interesting things. Look for pellets under trees, near barns, or around other places where owls live. With a little help from Google, you can learn to identify pellets (or order them online) as well as find helpful guides to identify what is inside your pellet.
HUNT FOR OWL PELLETS
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