Mix or match any 10 Animal Signatures® Displays to receive 10% off!

Additional information: (quoted from the label on the back of the display)

"Several hours after a night spent feasting on a vole or rat, an owl starts to form a pellet in its gizzard that consists of undigested bones, claws and fur. Eventually this mass is “coughed up,” removing indigestible material from the owl’s digestive tract. Owls are not the only birds that regurgitate pellets—herons, gulls, swallows, and ravens also form pellets, each with distinctive shapes and contents. The raven pellets on the left contain a mixture of bird, mammal and insect parts. The owl pellets on the right contain rodent bone, revealing the owls diet."">

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RAVEN VERSUS OWL PELLET SIGNATURE DISPLAY (Animal Signatures® Clue Display).


ITEM #: T-22045
PRICE: $29.95

Resource Description
RAVEN VERSUS OWL PELLET SIGNATURE DISPLAY (Animal Signatures® Clue Display). Acorn Naturalists. Just as we learn to identify the handwriting of others, we can learn to read signatures left by wildlife. This unique 6” x 8” glass-topped display provides real examples of these animal clues from wild areas and even parks and school grounds. With this display, students learn that while owl pellets are familiar to many, ravens also "cough up" pellets. Using field-collected pellets, this display shows characteristic differences between owl and raven diets. Ages 9–adult. #T-22045.

Mix or match any 10 Animal Signatures® Displays to receive 10% off!

Additional information: (quoted from the label on the back of the display)

"Several hours after a night spent feasting on a vole or rat, an owl starts to form a pellet in its gizzard that consists of undigested bones, claws and fur. Eventually this mass is “coughed up,” removing indigestible material from the owl’s digestive tract. Owls are not the only birds that regurgitate pellets—herons, gulls, swallows, and ravens also form pellets, each with distinctive shapes and contents. The raven pellets on the left contain a mixture of bird, mammal and insect parts. The owl pellets on the right contain rodent bone, revealing the owls diet."

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