I used photos I took of Barred Owls in Seattle to teach the kids about owls, and we ended the activity with a dissection of owl pellets. An owl pellet is a pellet vomited out by an owl that contains all of the skin and bones from its last prey, which the owl can not digest. If you dissect an owl pellet, you can put the bones together like a puzzle to figure out what the owl ate last. These owl pellets were replicas ordered from teacher supply, they did not contain real bones. They can be ordered off of the internet.

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