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Owl Pellet Detectives

Join the fun while learning about owls and their pellets on this family friendly program. An owl swallows small prey whole - skulls, bones, claws, feathers and fur. The stuff it can't digest is formed into a pellet which the owl coughs up through its mouth. Pellets can provide many clues about what owls eat. We'll take a short walk to see where owls live, then each dissect an owl pellet to identify its contents! Please make reservations online to obtain site directions.

Date & Time

October 31, 2015

8:30AM - 10:30AM

Add to Calendar 10/31/201508:30 AM 10/31/201510:30 AM America/Los_Angeles Owl Pellet Detectives Join the fun while learning about owls and their pellets on this family friendly program. An owl swallows small prey whole - skulls, bones, claws, feathers... More info at www.sanclementejournal.com/events/72049/owl-pellet-detectives The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo / The Richard and Donna O'Neill Conservancy 28811 Ortega Hwy. , San Juan Capistrano , CA 92675 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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(949) 489-9778

Adult $10, Child $5, Supporter Free

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