High School

Teen/Tween STEM: Dissecting Owl Pellets

For fans of gross science only! If you'd like to get a close-up look at teeth, skulls, claws, and owl puke, then we've got an activity for you! Dissecting an owl pellet (the parts of an owl's food that it could not digest) and identifying the bones inside is an interesting, hands-on way to study biology. For grades 4-12.

Groups of 5 or more should make arrangements by emailing jmstolz@dmpl.


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