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Owl Pellet - 2 inch +
[9940204]
$3.00

Owl Pellet - 2 inch +. Forensics Lab Supply Number 9940204.

If you'd like us to email the owl pellet dissection instructions to you, contact us at Staff (AT) grauhall (DOT) com.

I would caution anyone who would use owl pellets for dissection that you must have your students wash their hands thoroughly after working with owl pellets. In purchasing owl pellets, only buy from suppliers who use methods of steam Pasteurisation. No one can guarantee the all parts of an owl pellet are sterile, but the use of steam and pressure comes closest to the reducing the number of harmful organisms.

Purchase orders may be sent by email to staff (AT) grauhall.com.

Click here for a work sheet for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a skull identifier for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a picture of a deermouse and its skull for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a picture of a housemouse and its skull for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a picture of a mole and its skull for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a picture of a rat and its skull for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a picture of a shrew and its skull for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a picture of a vole and its skull for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here to compare hip bones and ribs of rodents and shrews for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here for a chart comparing various bones of rodents and shrews for dissecting an owl pellet.

Click here to see the bones of a typical rodent for dissecting an owl pellet.

To visit the Owl Box web cam go to:

The Owl Box at http://www.ustream.tv/theowlbox



Some interesting resources are listed below:

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology



Barn Owl Habitat Construction



OwlCam of a pair of Northern Barred Owls (Strix varia varia) as they raise their family in a nest box in Eastern Massachusetts.



World Owl Trust



Barn owl (Tyto alba) skull



Burrowing Owl Artificial Nest Box Project



Burrowing Owl Project Clearance Guidance For Landowners







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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 28 June, 2009.
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