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Frey Scientific Owl Pellet Curriculum Pack

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Kit includes 30 sterilized and foil-wrapped Barn Owl Pellets; eight 23 x 17.5 posters (Bone Sorting Chart, Food Web, Vole, Mole, Shrew, Bird, Pellet Formation and Human/Vole Comparison); Illustrated Teacher s Guide with background information, teaching strategies, projects, skull keys and references; 15 Individual Bone Sorting Charts 8.5 x 11 for bone identification; and 10 Magnifying Lenses. Also Includes 15 minute DVD video, "The Barn Owl: An Introduction to Owl Pellets Labs", that will introduce students to the life cycle of the Barn Owl.
  • (30) Sterilized and Foil Wrapped Barn Owl Pellets
  • (15) Individual Bone Sorting Charts
  • (8) 23 X 17.5 Posters (Bone Sorting Chart
  • Food Web
  • Vole
  • Mole
  • Shrew
  • Bird
  • Pellet Formation and Human/Vole Comparison)