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My understanding, and y'all correct me if I'm wrong, is that you can use 
specimens like doves, chickens, guinea hens, ducks, crows, or anything 
that can be legally hunted, raised as livestock, or is considered a pest 
species.

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On 1/19/14 4:09 PM, Wendy Hiller Gee wrote:
> I'm like the rest of you - interesting animal bits all over the house, 
> a harvested skeleton from a beloved hamster, two chickens in the 
> ground getting ready for bone reassembly (done in by a raccoon, 
> sadly), the usual. My question is -- what about the natural science 
> stores that sell skulls and feathers, etc.? I have collected a few 
> skulls bought in places like The Bone Room http://boneroom.com/ and - 
> one of my favorites - a sort of shaman supply store in Sedona 
> http://www.clearcreektrading.com/. I've always wondered how they trade 
> commercially in items we may be forbidden to collect in the wild.
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