Once upon a time I collected owls, mainly pottery or glass. I only have a couple left now and this is one that was given to me by the Cub Scouts in Bacton, where I was Akela , when we moved away to Knodishall.
But now we have real owls instead........... they've been seen and heard and I spotted this owl pellet just inside the wood shed.
If you don't know about owl pellets, I found THIS for you to read
Going by this chart, it's a small Barn Owl pellet
I dissected the pellet and in among the fur I found a skull and lots of tiny bones - fascinating.
There's even a chart on line so you can work out what the bones are
Our neighbours said they found another pellet down the end of the footpath under the owl box, their two girls and visiting friends were amazed to find all the tiny bones in it.
Thank you for all the comments on the wood.........I hope 41 trees plus those already down at the end of the meadow are enough to make a wood.