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Birds - We produce an extraordinarily wide selection of bird specimens, including skulls, skeletons (mounted or Disarticulated), talons (claws), and eggs. Bone Clones® currently produces over 40 skull and egg replicas from birds as varied as the now extinct Giant Elephant Bird to the minuscule Ruby Throated Hummingbird. We offer several sets which include the skull with the egg. Our selection of talons for comparative study is also quite extensive and includes claws from many birds of prey. The skeletons of a Harpy Eagle and a Kiwi make for impressive display, as does the skeleton of the incredible Giant Elephant Bird. Bone Clones® bird skulls are skillfully cast and the colors and patinas of the beaks painstakingly replicated. Please note that our Bone Clones® bird skulls are cast with the jaw separate. However, in many cases we glue the jaw to the skull since the jaws are small and tend to get lost with time.

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Catalog #
Product Name Description
Hyacinth Macaw Skull
BC-029
Hyacinth Macaw SkullHyacinth Macaw Skull BC-029. The largest parrot, Hyacinth Macaws are striking birds with long, pointed tail feathers and a huge, hooked black beak. The upper beak seems impossibly large, deeply curved and sharply pointed...
Harpy Eagle Skull
BC-043
Harpy Eagle SkullHarpy Eagle Skull BC-043. The largest and fiercest of the New World raptors, Harpy Eagles can weigh up to 18 pounds and have a 6 1/2 to 7 ft wingspan. ...
Magellanic Penguin Skull
BC-062
Magellanic Penguin SkullThe Magellanic Penguin comes from southern South America and is a mid-sized penguin...
American White Pelican Skull
BC-065
American White Pelican SkullAmerican White Pelican Skull BC-065. Pelicans are among the largest and heaviest birds in the world. And when it comes to their beak: as Ogden Nash ...
Bald Eagle Skull
BC-068
Bald Eagle SkullNative to North America and our national symbol, the Bald Eagle's wingspan can reach over 7 feet...
Bald Eagle Set BC-068-SET
BC-068-SET
Bald Eagle Set BC-068-SETThe Bald Eagle, one of the largest birds found in North America, is distributed throughout the continent but found predominantly in the northwest...
Great Horned Owl Skull
BC-072
Great Horned Owl SkullThe Great Horned Owl is found throughout North, Central and South America. It is the heaviest of the Owls and is about 2 feet long with tufts above its ears that resemble horns, hence the name...
Great Horned Owl Set BC-072-SET
BC-072-SET
Great Horned Owl Set BC-072-SETThe largest of the American 'eared' owls, Great Horned Owls occur in a wide variety of habitats...
Golden Eagle Skull
BC-073
Golden Eagle SkullGolden Eagle Skull BC-073. North America's largest bird of prey with a wingspan of over 7 feet. Often hunting in pairs, each bird can carry 8 pounds ...
Golden Eagle Set BC-073-SET
BC-073-SET
Golden Eagle Set BC-073-SETThe female Golden Eagle is significantly larger than the male, as is typical of most birds of prey...
Raven Skull
BC-074
Raven SkullRaven Skull BC-074. The largest of the crow family, the raven often mates for life and can have a lifespan of 50 years. They are extremely intelligent...
Crow Skull
BC-075
Crow SkullOne of the most common birds in North America, Crows are very social and protect each other with various warning cries...
California Condor Skull
BC-077
California Condor SkullCalifornia Condor Skull BC-077. The California Condor is the largest flying bird in North America, having a wingspan of 9 1/2 feet and weighing up at ...
Red-tailed Hawk Skull
BC-078
Red-tailed Hawk SkullThe Red-tailed Hawk is distributed throughout North and Central America. If the weather is not too harsh, the hawk will stay in one area throughout the year...
Red-tailed Hawk Set BC-078-SET
BC-078-SET
Red-tailed Hawk Set BC-078-SETSet Includes our Red-tailed Hawk Skull, egg and talon...
Peregrine Falcon Skull
BC-096
Peregrine Falcon SkullThe word peregrine is Latin for 'wanderer' and is an apt description for this raptor, which may migrate over 15,000 miles in a year. Peregrines are the best-known species of falcon, having been used for hunting for hundreds of years...
Peregrine Falcon Set BC-096-SET
BC-096-SET
Peregrine Falcon Set BC-096-SETSet Includes our Peregrine Falcon Skull, egg and talon...
Pileated Woodpecker Skull
BC-112
Pileated Woodpecker SkullPileated Woodpecker Skull BC-112. The Pileated Woodpecker is the largest woodpecker found in most of North America. Because of its size and chisel-s ...
Sandhill Crane Skull
BC-134
Sandhill Crane SkullSandhill Cranes are common from Alaska through the US and Cuba and Siberia.Both parents care for their young for about 10 months and have elaborate courtship dances...
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Skull
BC-151

Ruby-throated Hummingbird Skull
The ruby-throated hummingbird is mostly found in eastern and central US, but breeds throughout the central US and Central America. Often found in gardens, it winters in tropical rainforest...
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Skull and Egg Set
BC-151-SET

Ruby-throated Hummingbird Skull and Egg Set
The ruby-throated hummingbird is mostly found in eastern and central US, but breeds throughout the central US and Central America. Often found in gardens, it winters in tropical rainforest...
Barn Owl Skull
BC-153
Barn Owl SkullBarn owls are found worldwide, except in extreme northern locals and New Zealand, and are common to North America, Eurasia and Africa...
Barn Owl Set
BC-153-SET
Barn Owl Set BC-153-SETWith widespread distribution throughout the world (all continents but Antarctica), the Barn Owl has both keen night vision and an extremely sharp sense of hearing...
Barred Owl Skull
BC-154
Barred Owl SkullA medium-sized owl, with a yellow beak, atypical brown eyes, a rounded head lacking ear tufts, the barred owl is named for its barred and spotted cinnamon brown, tan and white plumage...
Burrowing Owl Skull
BC-155

Burrowing Owl Skull
Burrowing Owls reside in open dry grasslands and deserts of North and South America, primarily in the west, although also in the higher, drier parts of south central Florida...
Great Blue Heron Skull
BC-161
Great Blue Heron SkullThe largest heron species in North America, the great blue herons stand 4 feet tall with long, flexible necks and a 7-foot wingspan. Its back, wings and belly are a bluish gray, while its face is white and long bill is yellow...
Horned Puffin Skull
BC-162
Horned Puffin SkullHorned Puffins are named for the fleshy, horn-like growth above their eyes. Puffins are also known as the Sea Parrot because of the large yellow, orange and red beaks they sport...
Kiwi Skull
BC-165
Kiwi SkullLiving in the New Zealand forests, the Brown Kiwi (as well as all Kiwis) produces the largest egg, proportional to its size, of any bird. The egg weighs around one pound and practically fills the entire body cavity...
Osprey Skull
BC-166
Osprey SkullOspreys are one of the most abundant birds of prey living on all continents except Antarctica. Among the reasons for their success is that they are able to build their large nests practically anywhere...
Northern Cardinal Skull
BC-167
Northern Cardinal SkullNorthern Cardinals are quite prolific from Canada through North and Central America, where they adapt well to humans and moderate temperatures...
American Robin Skull
BC-168
American Robin SkullAmerican Robins are common throughout North and Central America, with their range extending to Alaska. They live in human gardens and fields but prefer dense wooded areas to build nests and raise their young...
Yellow Billed Cuckoo Skull
BC-169
Yellow Billed Cuckoo SkullThe Yellow-billed Cuckoo, found throughout North and South America, is often seen near lakes and streams in woodland areas. This medium-sized bird is generally solitary, but pairs up during breeding season...
Blue Jay Skull
BC-170
Blue Jay SkullThe Blue Jay is a large songbird (9-12 inches long) found from Texas to Florida and up through Southern Canada. It is easily identified by its distinctive coloring-various shades of bright blue on its upperparts...
Common Snipe Skull
BC-171
Common Snipe SkullThe Common Snipe is a wading bird found in wet, grassy areas in North and South America, Europe, Northern Africa, and Asia. The Common Snipe uses its remarkably long, pointed and straight bill to poke around in the mud for snails...
Toco Toucan Skull
BC-173
Toco Toucan SkullFrom eastern South America, the Toco Toucan is the largest member of its family, Ramphastidae. They live high in the treetops and are noted for their large beautiful yellow bill...
Wreathed Hornbill Skull Replica
BC-174
Wreathed Hornbill SkullThe Wreathed Hornbill is a large (4-8 pounds) black bird with a yellowish tail, red eyes, and a long, thick beak topped with a small 'wreathed' casque with up to 9 ridges. The male has a bright yellow inflatable throat pouch, while the female's is blue.
Black Hornbill Skull
BC-175
Black Hornbill SkullAsian Black Hornbills are medium-sized hornbills found primarily in lowland and swampland forests over Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. Hornbills are named for their horn shaped beaks often topped by a large hollow chamber called a casque...
Scarlet Ibis Skull
BC-176
Scarlet Ibis SkullThe Scarlet Ibis occurs in South America and on islands in the Caribbean. Like all ibises, they are wading birds with long legs and a long, curved bill...
Roseate Spoonbill Skull
BC-177
Roseate Spoonbill SkullThe Roseate Spoonbill, found in the southeast US from Florida to Texas, is a gregarious pink bird with a naked head, red legs, and a long bill ending in a spoon-like paddle...
Sacred Ibis Skull
BC-192
Sacred Ibis SkullThe fossil record of the Ibises goes back 60 million years. They began appearing in the human record more than 5,000 years ago...
Kori Bustard Skull
BC-221
Kori Bustard SkullKori Bustards are colored a somber gray, with a black head crest, and yellow legs. Males stand 30-36 inches tall and weigh up to 35 pounds. This is the upper weight limit for flight in birds...
Elephant Bird Skull
BC-241
Elephant Bird SkullThough the Elephant Bird Skull looks similar to that of a Moa, the Elephant Bird belongs to a separate family, and the skull is much larger...
American Kestrel Skull
BC-242
American Kestrel SkullThe American Kestrel is the smallest and most common of the North American falcons. The more colorful male is rusty with blue-gray wings, a pale underside, two black stripes on its face, and a series of pale spots on the edge of its flight wings...
Roadrunner Skull
BC-243
Roadrunner SkullThe Roadrunner is a member of the cuckoo family found throughout the Southwest. Although it can fly if it must for short distances, it is known for its movement along the ground, reaching speeds over 15 mph. With amazing quickness it can grab a hummingbird out of the air...
Glaucous Gull Skull
BC-244
Glaucous Gull SkullThe Glaucous Gull is a large, predatory bird found in frozen North America and the Atlantic coasts of Europe. With a wing-span up to 6', this very pale gull has a white head and underparts, a gray back, gray wings with white tips, and a white tail...
Short-eared Owl Skull
BC-245
Short-eared Owl SkullThe Short-eared Owl is mottled brown and white on the upperparts and white (male) or rusty (female) with brown streaks on its underparts. It has a round face, featuring yellow eyes surrounded by black circles...
Secretary Bird Skull
BC-254
Secretary Bird SkullIn a family of its own, the Secretary Bird may get its name from its resemblance to 19th century bank secretaries with its quill-like feathers extending behind its head...
Andean Condor Skull BC-297
BC-297
Andean Condor SkullA New World vulture species from South America, the Andean Condor feeds on carrion. A lack of head plumage allows the vulture to poke its head in a carcass without becoming too unclean...
Flamingo Skull
BC-306
Flamingo SkullThe Flamingo is found in the shallow waters of Florida, the Caribbean, northern South America and the Galapagos Islands...
Flamingo Skull
BC-306-N
Flamingo Skull and NeckRelative to the size of its body, the Flamingo has the longest legs and neck of all birds...
Scarlet Macaw Skull
BC-310
Scarlet Macaw SkullThe magnificent Scarlet Macaw has striking red, blue and yellow coloration and reaches lengths of almost three feet, including its long tail feathers...
Odontopteryx gigas Skull
BC-316
Odontopteryx gigas SkullThe skull of Odontopteryx gigas, as is the case with all Pelagornithids, or pseudo-toothed birds, has spiny bone projections in the upper and lower parts of its long, slender beak...
Disarticulated Odontopteryx gigas Skull
BC-316-D
Disarticulated Odontopteryx gigas SkullThe skull of Odontopteryx gigas, as is the case with all Pelagornithids, or pseudo-toothed birds, has spiny bone projections in the upper and lower parts of its long, slender beak...
Great Horned Owl Talon
KO-004
Great Horned Owl TalonGreat Horned Owl Talon- KO-004. From the same skeleton as our skull, BC-072...
Fossil Giant Elephant Bird Egg
KO-005
Fossil Giant Elephant Bird EggThe Giant Elephant Bird Egg is the largest known bird egg. Its bulk is 15 times larger than an Ostrich egg and 10,000 times larger than a Hummingbird egg. The original egg that this was cast from was 13 inches long and 9 inches wide...
California Condor Egg
KO-017
California Condor EggCalifornia Condor Egg KO-017. The California Condor is one of the two largest living birds, exceeded in size only slightly by the Andean Condor, eac ...
Golden Eagle Talon
KO-020
Golden Eagle TalonNorth America's largest bird of prey has a wingspan of over 7 feet. Often hunting in pairs, each bird can carry 8 pounds in flight...
Bald Eagle Talon
KO-021
Bald Eagle TalonNative to North America, and our national symbol, the Bald Eagle's wingspan can reach over 7 feet...
Red-tailed Hawk Talon
KO-022
Red-tailed Hawk TalonFound throughout Central and North America, these hawks will often migrate from harsher climates. Although they primarily feed on rodents, Red-tailed Hawks will often prey on other birds or reptiles...
Raven Talon
KO-023
Raven TalonThe largest of the crow family, the Raven has a lifespan of 50 years, and will often mate for life. They are extremely intelligent and resourceful birds...
Raptor Talons, set of 6
KO-024
Raptor Talons, set of 6Raptor Talons from 6 Birds of Prey: Harpy Eagle, Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, Red-tailed Hawk, Great Horned Owl...
Peregrine Falcon Talon
KO-029
Peregrine Falcon TalonPeregrine Falcons are considered the fastest animal on earth, and have been clocked at speeds in excess of 180 miles per hour...
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Egg
KO-030
Ruby-throated Hummingbird EggThe egg of the smallest bird in the world. Includes stand. Compare with our Giant Elephant bird egg, KO-005, below. ...
Barn Owl Talon
KO-065
Barn Owl TalonThe barn owl is a medium-sized bird of prey. Mostly nocturnal, it gets its common name from its habit of roosting and nesting in secluded barn lofts. This owl prefers to hunt in open spaces, such as meadows, and is beneficial for rodent control...
Set of 8 Bird Talons in Riker Box
KO-100-BIRDS
Set of 8 Bird Talons in Riker BoxOur set of eight bird talons is perfect for comparative study. Nicely displayed in a glass fronted Riker Box, the set includes Bone Clones replica talons from the following birds...
Set of 31 Claws in Riker Box KO-100-SET-31
KO-100-SET-31
Set of 31 Claws in Riker BoxA beautiful set of 31 Bone Clones replica claws and talons, and a savings when purchased as a set. Perfect for comparative studies and display...
Roadrunner Foot
KO-113
Roadrunner FootMeasuring from 20 to 24" from the tip of its long beak to the tip of its long, white-tipped tail, this brown-feathered bird with white streaks has two forward-pointing and two backward-pointing toes...
Wattled Crane Leg
KO-134
Wattled Crane LegWattled Cranes, the largest of the crane species in Africa at 6 feet tall and 14 pounds, occur in the wetlands of sub-Saharan Africa...
Wattled Crane Half-Leg
KO-134-H
Wattled Crane Half-LegAn excellent economical version of our full Wattled Crane leg...
King Penguin Egg
KO-181
King Penguin EggThe egg is carried around by the male or female on the top of their feet, and they walk around with it. They usually lay only one large egg every other year or so and care for the young for about a year...
Brown Kiwi Egg
KO-182
Brown Kiwi EggThe Kiwi only occurs in New Zealand and mostly in forested areas. It belongs to the order Struthioniformes, which also includes ostriches, cassowaries, emus and rheas, as well as the extinct Moa...
Articulated Ostrich Foot
KO-203
Articulated Ostrich FootUnusual for a bird, the Ostrich has only two toes on each foot, with the larger of the two toes ending with a long sharp claw...
Fossil Giant Elephant Bird Egg and Custom Display Stand
KO-241-SE
Fossil Giant Elephant Bird Egg and Custom Display StandThe stand is constructed from a cast of the longer leg bone and toes of the Elephant Bird Skeleton and comes with the egg...
Custom Display Stand for Fossil Giant Elephant Bird Egg
KO-241-S
Custom Display Stand for Fossil Giant Elephant Bird EggThe Custom Display Stand for Fossil Giant Elephant Bird Egg is also available alone without the egg...
Harpy Eagle Leg
KO-243
Harpy Eagle LegHarpy eagles are highly endangered due to poaching, habitat loss from illegal logging, and a very low reproduction rate of 1 chick every 2-3 years...
Harpy Eagle Talon
KO-243C
Harpy Eagle TalonRecent research has uncovered some startling new evidence that the talons of large birds of prey very similar to this harpy eagle's formidable weapon, and our role as their feckless victims, may have played a more important part in hominid evolution...
North American Bird Egg Set
KO-400
North American Bird Egg SetThis set of 36 North American Bird Eggs consists of product numbers KO-401 through KO-436, each of which is also available individually...
Eastern Bluebird Egg
KO-401
Eastern Bluebird EggThe nest of the Eastern Bluebird is found in a natural cavity made up of dry grass 3-20 ft up, built mainly by the female. Usually lays 4-5 eggs...
Northern Cardinal Egg
KO-402
Northern Cardinal EggNests of the Northern Cardinal are built by the female and are found in shrubs or vine tangle made of twigs usually 4-6 ft up. The eggs of these songbirds incubate for 11-13 days, with the chicks fledging after another week or two...
Gray Catbird Egg
KO-403
Gray Catbird EggThe Gray Catbird, like its relative, the Mockingbird, repeats the notes of other bird species (and the occasional frog). Its name comes from its most common call, which truly conjures up the cry of a cat...
Brown-headed Cowbird Egg
KO-404
Brown-headed Cowbird EggThe Brown-headed Cowbird lays eggs in nests of other species it finds of moderate size. Lays one egg at a time but over the season can lay up to 40 eggs in one year. The young are cared for by the host of the nest...
Whooping Crane Egg
KO-405
Whooping Crane EggThe tallest bird in North America,the Whooping Crane nests on the ground of marshes, building a pile of vegetation onto which it deposits from 1 to 3 eggs...
American Crow Egg
KO-406
American Crow EggAmerican Crows are smart, social, noisy birds distributed in North America. The nest is built, preferably in evergreen trees, by both parents...
Mourning Dove Egg
KO-407
Mourning Dove EggThe Mourning Dove is a game bird, the most hunted in North America. Birds that aren't killed by hunters may still die as a result of consuming fallen lead shot...
Rock Dove Egg
KO-408
Rock Dove EggCommonly known as the 'feral pigeon' or simply 'pigeon,' the Rock Pigeon has been domesticated for over 3,000 years. Originating in the eastern hemisphere, they are now found worldwide. Bred by fanciers for showing and to be eaten as squab...
Mallard Duck Egg
KO-409
Mallard Duck EggThe male Mallard is easily recognized, with its iridescent green head and yellow bill...
Bald Eagle Egg
KO-410
Bald Eagle EggWeighing nearly 14 pounds and having a wingspan of around 7 feet, the Bald Eagle is one of the largest North American birds...
Golden Eagle Egg
KO-411
Golden Eagle EggNests of the Golden Eagle, constructed by the male and female pair, are made up of thick branches, twigs or stems and are commonly found on ledges...
Great Egret Egg
KO-412
Great Egret EggThe Great Egret is smaller than the otherwise very similar white morph of the Great Blue Heron; it has the same S-shaped neck, long legs and beak, and wide wingspan...
Peregrine Falcon Egg
KO-413
Peregrine Falcon EggThe Peregrine Falcon breeds in a wide range of habitats. Nests on ledges of cliffs or, if in the city, ledges of city buildings. The nest is a hollow scrape with no material added...
House Finch Egg
KO-414
House Finch EggThe House Finch nests in a wide variety of areas where a ledge is available. The females build the nests and normally lays 4-5 pale blue eggs...
Northern Flicker Egg
KO-415
Northern Flicker EggThe Northern Flicker is a woodpecker, but unlike the usual woodpecker, it digs in the ground for ants and beetles....
American Goldfinch Egg
KO-416
American Goldfinch EggThe nest of the American Goldfinch is found near water and is composed of plant material and lined with plant down. The female incubates the eggs which range from 4-6...
Canada Goose Egg
KO-417
Canada Goose EggCanada Goose nests are often in tall trees made of twigs and finer material, which is added later. Five to six eggs are laid once per year and are guarded by the male but incubated by the female...
Red-tailed Hawk Egg
KO-418
Red-tailed Hawk EggThe Red-tailed Hawk usually lays 2-3 eggs in tall trees near open spaces where they can have good visibility...
Great Blue Heron Egg
KO-419
Great Blue Heron EggThe nests of the Great Blue Heron are often built in tall trees. The eggs in the clutch size of 2-6 are incubated by both parents for about a month...
Blue Jay Egg
KO-420
Blue Jay EggBlue Jays are monogamous, forming pairs that often last until the death of one mate. Their migratory habits remain a mystery...
Western Scrub-Jay Egg
KO-421
Western Scrub-Jay EggThe Western Scrub-Jay is found in the lowlands of the southwestern region of North America. This noisy, animated, blue jay is a common resident of backyards...
American Kestrel Egg
KO-422
American Kestrel EggAmerican Kestrels don't build nests but look for tree holes or natural crevices. Clutch size is 4-5 eggs..
Killdeer Egg
KO-423
Killdeer EggThe Killdeer Eggs are hatched in a shallow scrape sometimes lined with small debris, pebbles and grainy material. Breeding is commonly done in open spaces on the ground. Usually lays 4 eggs...
Common Loon Egg
KO-424
Common Loon EggThe nests of the Common Loon are found on raised ground near water. They consist of a hollow scrape with very little nesting material. Two eggs are usually incubated...
Western Meadowlark Egg
KO-425
Western Meadowlark EggThe Western Meadowlark lays 5 eggs, often twice a year in open as well as cultivated areas where crops are grown...
Northern Mockingbird Egg
KO-426
Northern Mockingbird EggThe Mockingbird builds nests in a variety of areas: city trees and brush, open prairies, and often very near dwellings. Clutch size is 2-6 eggs, produced 2 or 3 times a year...
American Robin Egg
KO-427
American Robin EggThe American Robin nests in many varied sites from grasslands to farmlands to forests and yards. Lays 3-5 eggs 2 to 3 times in a year...
Barn Owl Egg
KO-428
Barn Owl EggThe female lays an average of 6 eggs but can produce over 10 in a clutch. The nest is constructed of the female's own pellets...
Great Horned Owl Egg
KO-429
Great Horned Owl EggThe name of the Great Horned Owl is inspired by the tufts above its ears. It is found in a wide variety of habitats, more than any other owl...
Eastern Screech Owl
KO-430
Eastern Screech OwlEastern Screech-Owls build their nests in trees east of the Rockies. The female lays usually 3-4 eggs per clutch once a year...
Snowy Owl Egg
KO-431
Snowy Owl EggThe Snowy Owl nests on the ground in the arctic with a clutch that depending on the food supply can range from 4-10 per year...
Osprey Egg
KO-432
Osprey EggThe Osprey is the only hawk with a reversible outer toe and the only hawk to almost completely subsist on live fish...
European Starling Egg
KO-433
European Starling EggThe European Starling will nest practically anywhere, from forests to inside chimneys. Its clutch size is from 3-6 and it may have one or two broods a year...
Whip-poor-will Egg
KO-434
Whip-poor-will EggThe Whip-poor-will lays its eggs on the ground, often on leaves once or twice a year averaging 2 per clutch...
Wild Eastern Turkey Egg
KO-435
Wild Eastern Turkey EggThe Wild Eastern Turkey lays its eggs once a year, averaging 10 but sometimes laying up to 20. The nests are on the ground, often under shrub cover, and are made from scattered leaves and vegetation...
House Wren Egg
KO-436
House Wren EggThe House Wren, as its name implies, is often found around human habitation, which provides many little hidden spaces perfect for a nest...
Marbled Murrelet Egg
KO-437
Marbled Murrelet EggThe Marbled Murrelet is a small seabird that lives along the coastline of the Pacific Northwest. They build their nests, up to 20 miles from the sea, in the old-growth forests of the region...
Horned Puffin Egg
KO-438
Horned Puffin EggHorned Puffins are named for the fleshy, horn-like growth above their eyes. Puffins are also known as the Sea Parrot because of the large yellow, orange and red beaks they sport...
Kori Bustard Egg
KO-439
Kori Bustard EggNative to Africa, Kori Bustards stand 30-36 inches tall and weigh up to 35 pounds. They exhibit little sexual dichromatism but pronounced dimorphism, with males being much larger...
Raven Egg KO-440
KO-440
Raven EggThe Raven is generally regarded as the world's most clever bird. It is the largest of the birds in the crow family with a wingspan significantly larger than that of the crow (4 feet as opposed to 2 1/2 feet)...
Turkey Vulture Egg
KO-441
Turkey Vulture EggThe Turkey Vulture, sometimes called the Turkey Buzzard, is widely distributed in North, Central and South America...
Articulated Harpy Eagle Skeleton
SC-043
Articulated Harpy Eagle SkeletonThis magnificent female harpy eagle was shot by poachers in her native habitat. She initially survived her devastating wounds and despite prolonged and intensive efforts to save her, she succumbed to the resulting long-standing infection a few years later...
Disarticulated Harpy Eagle Skeleton
SC-043-D
Disarticulated Harpy Eagle SkeletonHarpy eagles are the heaviest of the world's raptors. Females may achieve weights of up to 18 pounds. They are equipped with short, broad wings in order to rapidly shift their massive bodies as the fly through the dense forest habitats while hunting their prey...
Articulated Raven Skeleton SC-074-A
SC-074-A
Articulated Raven Skeleton SC-074-AThe largest member of the crow family (with a wingspan of 46-56 inches), the raven is generally recognized as the most intelligent bird in the world and has adapted to a range of habitats...
Disarticulated Raven Skeleton SC-074-D
SC-074-D
Disarticulated Raven Skeleton SC-074-DThe largest member of the crow family (with a wingspan of 46-56 inches), the raven is generally recognized as the most intelligent bird in the world and has adapted to a range of habitats...
Articulated Kiwi Skeleton and Egg
SC-165
Articulated Kiwi Skeleton and EggLiving in the New Zealand forests, the Brown Kiwi (as well as all Kiwis) produces the largest egg, proportional to its size, of any bird. The egg weighs around one pound and practically fills the entire body cavity...
Articulated Elephant Bird Skeleton
SC-241
Articulated Elephant Bird SkeletonThe Elephant Bird is considered the largest bird in history. Possibly existing for nearly 2 million years in Madagascar, it faced extinction by the middle of the 17th century...
Disarticulated Elephant Bird Skeleton
SC-241-D
Disarticulated Elephant Bird SkeletonBone Clones is proud to offer this magnificent specimen fully Disarticulated. Each bone is cast separately, and is available...
Articulated Odontopteryx gigas Skeleton
SC-316-A
Articulated Odontopteryx gigas SkeletonThe bones of this Fossil Giant Bony-Toothed Bird were discovered in Oued Zem in northwestern Morocco and date from the Late Paleocene period (about 50 MYA)...
Disarticulated Odontopteryx gigas Skeleton
SC-316-D
Disarticulated Odontopteryx gigas SkeletonThe bones of this Fossil Giant Bony-Toothed Bird were discovered in Oued Zem in northwestern Morocco and date from the Late Paleocene period (about 50 MYA)...
   

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