|Great Snowy Owl|
|Pellet soaking in water|
What became abundantly clear to me after just a short time analyzing the bones was that this was not simply a squirrel or pigeon the owl had caught and eaten. I had discovered something far more remarkable, in fact, it could change how we see the world. So I must admit that I am not a "professional" anthropologist or Boney McBonester as I prefer to term them, and it is true that this was the first pellet I have ever found and dissected. I may not be "qualified" to say for certain what these bones are from, but
I don't want to toot my own horn but I have found something on my first attempt that Boney McBonesters have never discovered in centuries.
I am fairly certain these bones come from a Faerie.
My best guess is the faerie was flying about looking to chat with a gnome or something. Maybe was on an errand from Gandalf but that is something I can't know for sure. Ok well I am pretty sure she was on a mission from Gandalf. So lets just say she was on a mission from Gandalf of great importance and was not watching up in the sky as vigilantly as perhaps she should have been. I expect she was singing a song and the lovely notes caught the attention of the owl and it came down and ate her.
|Likely source of the bones|
Delicious faerie dust marinade.
Anyway, so I really think this is my calling. As I said I have never actually done this before and on my very first try I have discovered indisputable evidence of the existence of faeries. I think that is pretty good for a first try. It encourages me to test out my theory that Unicorns were originally put on Noah's ark, but they fell off the deck, due to over crowding, and turned into Narwhals.