I frequently find owl pellets at Chester's favorite roosting places. Owls eat their prey whole, and cough up the indigestible bits, this is a fairly coherent chunk (about 3 inches long, 1.5 across) called a pellet, and it is interesting to dissect them to see what he has been eating. This one had weathered for a few days, they are normally more cohesive. The things found in owl pellets are bones, fur, teeth, nails, hair and feathers- so they contain a lot of information on owl diets. The first 3 are recent images of Chester way up in the tree canopy- he is about 40 feet up. He was watching overhead for the other birds who hate owls and will mob them and even (brave little souls) peck his head. The next 3 are of a mostly whole pellet, and then 2 details based on my dissection. The 2 pellets I found contained basically the whole skeleton and fur from 2 rodents- either mice, or our local Florida Wood rats. I'll be taking these in to a biologist for help identifying the bones.