If you are looking for a unique holiday gift for a nature lover, look no further.

Crow's Nest Preserve in Elverson, Pa., is selling chocolate scat.

Yup, edible fake animal poop.

The sugary animal droppings are hand-crafted by teen volunteers at Crow's Nest to look like what wild animals leave behind. The group is part of the Natural Lands Trust, a conservation organization that owns and manages 42 nature preserves in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

The scat is modeled after that of local wildlife, said Molly Smyrl, educator at Crows Nest preserve. Smyrl came up with using the scat as a fundraiser after a test run with kids in the summer program. She pretended to find and eat poop while on a hike, she said.

"As soon as I told them it was chocolate, they were scrambling around to find some for themselves," she said.

Before you get completely grossed out, we are talking about the same stuff you put in the cookies for Santa and his reindeer – sugar, butter, milk, peanut butter and, of course, chocolate chips.

Speaking of reindeer, their scat doesn't make the list since they are not local to the area. Elk poop, however, does along with raccoon, snapping turtle, wild turkey, river otter, black bear, beaver, Canada goose and red fox (Both summer and winter scat. Who knew?)

This is the fifth year for the fundraiser, which sells about 120 boxes. All proceeds go to fund scholarships for Crow's Nest summer and after school programs, Smyrl said.

The scat is available in two sizes – the larger sampler at $15 a box and the one item stocking stuff at $5 a box, said Smyrl.

The artisan chocolates must be pre-ordered by Dec. 14 and are available for pickup on Dec. 18 at either Crow's Nest or the Hildacy Farm Preserve in Media.