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Found 1,076 results

  1. Flag Pond, MD

    A few nice finds at Flag Pond today. The weather was nice.
  2. Douglas Point, MD

    Got here at sunrise and walked by a bunch of turkeys. I expected them on the ground, not in the trees.
  3. We finished our trip to California just over a week ago. We stop at Jalama Beach but found no fish. I only found these 2 fossils but do not know what they are.
  4. Potomac River Trip

    Made my second trip back to Douglas Point on Wednesday. The weather was sunny and a little over 60 degrees. It was a perfect 3+ hours of sifting and surface searching. I had the entire beach to myself. The only negative to the day was the 4 hour ride home. Usually takes me 3 hours. I was hoping to find my first croc tooth but I will not complain since I found a nice otodus. Otodus Obliquus
  5. Still more questions

    I'm new to fossil hunting and already know that I'm way over my head. I find that This hobby unlike the other habits I have had over the years takes far more brain power than I have at this stage of my life. I'm still trying to figure out how you guys can look at a rock and tell if there is a fossil in it or not. I find that I'm more fooled than actually finding something that's worth hauling out of the woods. And let me tell you I have dragged some big bags of rock off those hills I have been hunting for the past few months. I started out just looking for arrow heads along the many creeks that are leaching out of the banks of these Chesapeake Group formation hills but soon became so fascinated by all the broken shells all over the place than I was collecting arrow heads. As I sat there wondering where all these pieces of coral and shell came from it dawned on me that I needed to do some research. Sadly, it seems that the more I find out the less I know. Since then I have done more reading than at anytime of my life. I've read this whole site probably 6 times and every now an again something sticks out and makes sense then I read the next post and it all becomes a big blurred mass of big fancy words that have no meaning. Well at least to this old country boy anyway. I've gone from walking the gentle rolling creek beds looking for arrow heads, to picking up odd looking rocks and giving each one the lick and burn test or smelling each one for signs that it may be the prized poop fossil some folks seem to be so fascinated with. Needless to say I have a pretty good sized rock garden in front of my shop from rocks that for one reason or another didn't pass the poop test. I have collected a lot of bone fragments that I truly believe to be real fossilized pieces of bone and I have several that I'm not sure of. I'm going to post a couple pictures from around the site with a few of the pieces I have dragged out the woods just to see if there is someone out there that could tell me if I am wasting my time and should find something else to do with my life I have left.
  6. portion of my collection

    a small part of my collection. I am into rocks, fossils, shark teeth, shells and more! Love hunting for such!! Deb
  7. a little STH ID help needed

    As we work on our new displays I have found a few shark teeth that I need to verify an ID for. These are all from STH. First up is one I am fairly certain is Isurus desori. A little over .5”
  8. Had the beach to myself yesterday and had a great morning! Two and a half hour of all surface finds, no sifting. One of the best crocs I’ve seen from Douglas definitely made my week!
  9. Douglas Point, MD

    Went to Douglas Point, MD today with the goal of getting some angel shark teeth. I found 7 for my collection.
  10. Good day out on the bay, I kayaked down the cliffs in the morning and pulled in to do some surface collecting. I wasn’t finding many large shark teeth but I found my most amount of dolphin teeth in a day!
  11. Shark teeth

    These two teeth are from Purse Park, MD. What are these two? The cusp on the first one is interesting.
  12. Big Brook

    I was fortunate enough to follow up my Potomac River trip with a Big Brook trip yesterday. I had to see a client in the morning that is a couple of miles from Big Brook. So I decided to swing by and jump in the creek. For the first time this winter there was someone else hunting while I was there. I was fortunate enough to run into another TFF member (brad hinkelman) in the creek. Back to back days in different states running into different TFF members. What the chances... I guess pretty good. Anyway, enjoy the pictures. is this a drum fish tooth? If this is it is my first! not sure if the top two or bottom piece is anything.
  13. First hunt at Potomac River

    Went on my first hunt at the Potomac River on Wednesday. It was great weather and had a blast. It was high tide but was able to get a productive 2.5 hours in before I headed back to NJ. I was fortunate enough to meet another TFF member in the parking lot Bjohn170. Still have to go through and ID everything but enjoy the pics.
  14. Found some really nice teeth on the Maryland side of the Potomac River. A lot of really nice sand tiger teeth, a nice Otodus, and two really pretty small croc teeth, and two partial croc teeth
  15. Great hunt today, left with a hand full of nice teeth, the best being my Chub and my dolphin teeth
  16. Underwater Fossil Hunt

    Wish I was there https://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geology/underwater-fossil-hunting.htm
  17. Matoaka Beach

    Hi. In addition to going to Big Brook this week I was fortunate to get to Matoaka beach for the first time. Did not do as well but it was still had a blast. Hunted with @Searcher78 who always seems to find the nicest tiger shark teeth. I did find my first stingray barb though. Enjoy the pics.
  18. Big Brook

    Hi. Took my bi-weekly trip to Big Brook this week. Had the whole place to myself again. It was not to cold. Enjoy the the pics. Any feedback is always greatly appreciated Mark Scapanorhynchus Texanus Squalicorax Kaupi top row- Archaeolamna kopingensis middle- Carcharias Samhammeri Bottom row- sawfish Ischyrhiza Mira Cretolamna Appendiculata I’m assuming modern bone because I’m not that lucky this pic is the bottom of the above picture bottom right. Not sure if it is anything Found a black m&m. Oh the humor. I don’t think everything below are concretions but just want to make sure before I toss it.
  19. Matoaka Cabins, Maryland

    Searched matoaka beach today. Lots of shells, but I don’t collect them. Not as much luck as Brownies, but not bad. I believe that I got my first fish tooth.
  20. Sand shark teeth?

    Found at Abbey wood. Sand shark?
  21. Bayfront Park 01/25/20

    Me and a friend spent a couple hour searching and a little sifting and left with over 100 teeth! Here are the best from the trip, a couple of makos, a hand full of nice tigers, two bronze whaler?, two cow sharks, and a baby posterior megalodon tooth!
  22. Hello, I have been doing some fossil hunting at Bay Front Park (Chesapeake Beach) -Brownies- in Maryland USA and have been trying to group and identify some of the teeth I found. I believe these teeth are Miocene and my guesses are as follows- what do you think? Thanks Row 1: Physogaleus contortus Row 2: Galeocerdo aduncus Row 3: Hemipristis serra
  23. Coloradan shark tooth id

    Greetings, I am an amateur fossil collector and rock hound and I don’t know too much about fossil species or how to identify them... My dad recently gave me some of his shark teeth he found in the 90s at his coworkers ranch. He never bothered to identify them so I’m hoping to get some help with that, thank you! He showed me the area on a map and told me about the rock types and I’ve come to the conclusion that they were found somewhere in between the Carlisle shale and the Niobrara Formation, though I could be mistaken. The area he found them at is southeast of Colorado Springs on private land. I will post pictures below, help of any kind is appreciated!
  24. Shark Teeth Hunting at the Museum

    Some of us will do anything to sit and sift for shark teeth, ray teeth and fossils. Temp was good today 1-20-2020 so I headed to Mulberry Phosphate Museum. Some of us are older and not in the best of health so we go where we can to enjoy the hunt! Its a great place to meet families with kids and talk about hunting and more. I had just mentioned to one of the Mothers how great it would be if the Phosphate Mine would bring some larger teeth and such and mix in with the small rocks, reason is the rocks and all through a crusher and are all small so many shark teeth are very small and others are broken as you see in my finds today. An older Gentleman walked up by the name of James and he had with him a bag or large and small shark teeth, come to find out, he use to work for the mines. He comes to the rock pile and hides some larger ones for the people to find. Today he gave me and 2 of the young boys some great ones! They are not in the picture. Something to think about, if anyone has places disabled people can go and hunt it would be a great add on to this site. So many of us still enjoy the hunt but are not able to do a lot of walking and bending. Just a thought. Blessings when you hunt! Deb
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