The topic of owl pellets and the middle school project of dissecting them came up in conversation recently. As luck would have it, my sister knew exactly where a large owl lived on the Stanford University campus. I was so excited when she took me there. It was a veritable gold mine of pellets!
Having already rebuilt the mouse from the bones inside an owl pellet when I was in 7th grade I decided to come up with other uses for the pellets.
This is an easy "how to" for making "jawbone earrings."
Since halloween is coming up it just seems fitting.
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