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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Dissecting Owl Pellets

Tomorrow is our education coop day, and Ms Marcia is having us dissect owl pellets. Now if you are not sure what that is, but you might think it's owl poo, then you would be correct. You find bones of whatever the owl ate inside the pellets. I am not sure where Marcia got owl pellets from, but I will be sure and ask her. This is a lovely group class. You can use the video below, plus I found a website with all kinds of info to use and share on dissecting owl pellets at Kidwings.

This week should be back to normal, and I will share some of the excitement from last week, later in the week.



2 comments:

Anne said...

A friend of mine used to work at a nature preserve and they love dissecting owl pellets. I have never done it but apparently it is really fascinating. Have fun!

Melissa said...

I had a ball and found the coolest things in there. I think the kids kind of thought it was gross! This was a class for me I guess, lol!

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