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  1. Callahan

    3B099703-2A06-4348-8CB7-16E1BB36AA3E

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    A days find in oilfield
  2. Callahan

    D558455B-FA06-4ABB-A11A-94BC1B5C34DC

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    My nature center exhibit.
  3. Callahan

    D621B661-14FF-4960-BF86-C6AEE630DEFF

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    Hematite club and used as paint rock also. Favorite tool found. Hematite very rare around here.
  4. stone_cloud_arizona

    Help to identify???

    Please forgive my ignorance with this, my degree is in Wildlife Biology and I was a collision investigator for the state for 21 years. I believe there are carvings and silhouettes of faces, profiles, and possibly letters from an unidentified language. Or I just possess an over-active imagination. These are only a few of at least 50 busts, profiles, and other carvings
  5. I have been experiencing the most unusual predicament for over a month now - I've been finding more artifacts than I have my target fossils. I happen to live in one of the most prolific areas in the U.S. for impressive paleoindian and other native artifacts, and while I certainly have an appreciation for these, it's like "giving pearls to swine" - since my first interest right now is firmly cretaceous vertebrates. However, I am still regularly blown away by some of these artifacts, even though I don't know much about them. So, purists be warned! This trip report is yet another one
  6. I have been experiencing the most unusual predicament for over a month now - I've been finding more artifacts than I have my target fossils. I happen to live in one of the most prolific areas in the U.S. for impressive paleoindian and other native artifacts, and while I certainly have an appreciation for these, it's like "giving pearls to swine" - since my first interest right now is firmly cretaceous vertebrates. However, I am still regularly blown away by some of these artifacts, even though I don't know much about them. So, purists be warned! This trip report is yet another one
  7. Jared C

    a hunt with friends

    I recently took two of my friends out fossil hunting, both for the first time. We've actually found a cool fossil together before, a large partial from the ammonite Oxytropidoceras (by complete chance, we were just creek stomping for fun that evening), but this is the first time they've ever been fossil hunting with intent. It took about 30 minutes to get warmed up and start finding things - Annika was the first to see something, a point in this instance. My knowledge of points is significantly lacking, since they aren't my immediate interest, but I suspect its probably a Darl.
  8. Jared C

    a hunt with friends

    I recently took two of my friends out fossil hunting, both for the first time. We've actually found a cool fossil together before, a large partial from the ammonite Oxytropidoceras (by complete chance, we were just creek stomping for fun that evening), but this is the first time they've ever been fossil hunting with intent. It took about 30 minutes to get warmed up and start finding things - Annika was the first to see something, a point in this instance. My knowledge of points is significantly lacking, since they aren't my immediate interest, but I suspect its probably a Darl.
  9. While I haven't made a trip report in a while, I certainly have been hunting a lot: As I get better at it, I've become more selective about what trips warrant getting posted, but this weekend was worth it even though none of the finds were truly spectacular (to most people, I have a different opinion ) Saturday was spent exploring the Ozan (and possibly Dessau) formations. Like usual, I did far more exploring than actual searching, but I did start off with a nice Scapanorynchus rear tooth, plucked from a gentle current. From here, the cretaceous finds stagn
  10. I had a great half day at the North Sulphur River Texas before the rain got me. I found a mix of everything to include artifacts, Xiphactinus vert, swordfish tooth, coprolite, turtle shell, partially rooted mosasaur tooth, killer mosasaur paddle bone, Enchodus jaws, shark teeth and old toys. My buddy racked up on mosasaur verts.
  11. After taking a little time off from hunting due to a new job and holidays I decided to hit the North Sulphur River with a friend. We had a great day. I love the Tylosaur scapula with shark bites. We found a large Xiphactinus washing out and ended up with one left maxilla and three verts from it. We will go back and check that area again.
  12. good morning all a recent post of mine and then the response of 2 members concerned keeping (or not) of found modern bone. which got me wondering - WHAT DO YOU FOLKS COLLECT OR KEEP? (not exactly sure what the difference is). For me, collecting in Cretaceous Big Brook, fossil shark or other teeth are my main finds and hence my main collection. But i collect, or at least keep pretty much anything i find that i like so i also keep belemnite, fossil shells, modern bone, interesting stones and artifacts ranging from pottery shards to glass bottles (and even odd stuff like shell
  13. JarrodB

    Northeast Texas

    I did a six mile kayak trip in Northeast Texas. I found a little bit of everything.
  14. JarrodB

    Sulphur River Texas

    I found a little bit of everything at my last Sulphur River Texas hunt. I really like the mosasaur flipper bone and the tiny vert.
  15. Aloha, here is the best of my collection. Since I moved together with my girlfriend, only the small and nice samples are on display, one showcase out of three. Looking forward to the day when we will have some more space. So it is a crowded mix of fossils, minerals, recent beachfinds and mosty selfmade or altered skeleton models. Sadly, only a small percentage of my fossils is selffound, although nearly all of the beach stuff is. There is the "poultry showcase", dedicated to Birds and pterosaurs (Parrot skull is a replica of course, as is the Pterosaur plate regrettabl
  16. JarrodB

    Long cold hike.

    Long nine hour freezing hike in Northeast Texas. The partial mastodon tooth and tylosaur jaw section with replacement tooth were the highlights of my day. I dated the old soda bottle to the 1950's. The artifacts were a nice bonus.
  17. There have been a few minor rain storms moving through the north Texas area lately, seems like it is always Friday afternoon or night. I have tried to go out and hunt a few days following these events, not expecting much, but you never know. Yesterday I hit one of my favorite creeks on the North Sulphur River and hit a jackpot for vertebrae and miscellaneous bone fossils, even found an artifact or two. There were a total of 16 verts, a rib bone, fish stuff and odd pieces that who knows what? The last artifact broke my heart, you find many like this, can just imagine what the entire point w
  18. JarrodB

    Sulphur River Texas!

    I did a half day hunt in Northeast Texas. It was hot! The big flathead catfish was keeping me company.
  19. Deweythekenyan

    Artifacts or Rocks?

    Any ideas if these are artifacts or just rocks?
  20. I finally bought my dream home which has a massive room to display my fossils and artifacts. It's still a work in progress but here's a sneak peak. I really need better lighting.
  21. Here's a couple of quick hunts I forgot to post from the last two weeks. Post Oak Creek and North Sulphur River Texas. I really like the ammonites.
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