Owl Pellet Dissection
When owls eat, they eat fur, feathers, bones, and all. Once or twice a day, depending on the species, they throw up a pellet consisting of the indigestible portion of their meal--the fur or feathers and bones. By taking a pellet apart, you can figure out from the bones what the owl had for supper.
Come and dissect a pellet on Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 10:30 - 2:30 PM at the elementary school, and on Sunday, March 3. 2013 from 9:00 - 2:00. You will receive an information sheet, tools, and you will be able to ask questions as you work.
The cost is $5/pellet in addition to an admission button,
and you can pay when you get there. Pre-registration is NOT required.
(More than one person can dissect a single pellet.)