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  1. wyldewastelander

    Blue Beach, Nova Scotia - Texture

    Loose on the cobble near the mudflats/water at Blue Beach, Nova Scotia. Just wondering if this is textured rock or any kind of fossil. Thanks for your help with this. Cheers
  2. wyldewastelander

    Blue Beach, Nova Scotia - Trace?

    Loose on the cobble at Blue Beach, Nova Scotia. I believe this is a trace fossil. Just wondering if anyone can recommend some resources on how to interpret trace fossils? Thanks for your help with this.
  3. wyldewastelander

    Blue Beach, Nova Scotia - Fossil?

    Loose on the cobble at Blue Beach, Nova Scotia. Fossil?
  4. Hi there. I found this on Blue Beach, Nova Scotia. It was loose on the edge of the cobble area near the water. Thanks for your help with this.
  5. Hi there. I found this at Blue Beach, Nova Scotia. It was in the mud closer to the water (underwater when the tide comes in). Thanks for your help with this.
  6. wyldewastelander

    Blue Beach, Nova Scotia - Seeking ID (Plant)

    Hi there. I saw this I saw this at Blue Beach in Nova Scotia, Canada. It was loose on the beach, closer to the edge of the cobble towards the water. Also, I'm new to fossils, and only took this 1 pic (I left this fossil on the beach). The plant matter imprint along the bottom is approx 5.5 cm long. Thanks for your help with this.
  7. wyldewastelander

    Blue Beach, Nova Scotia - Seeking ID

    Hi there. I'm new to fossils, and just went fossil hunting for the first time the other day. I saw this at Blue Beach in Nova Scotia, Canada. It was loose on the beach, closer to the edge of the cobble towards the water. Also, I just took a few pictures and left this at the beach. Unfortunately, I didn't take many angles on this or most of what I saw - but I know for next time. I am including my hand in a pic for some sense of scale - index fingernail is about 1 cm. Thanks for your help with this.
  8. Rockwood

    Carboniferous fossils ?

    This was found in Nova Scotia, Canada, along the Bay of Fundy. Fossils in the area were typical carboniferous flora and small arthropod track ways. This was somewhat remote from other fossiliferous layers though. I collected them thinking maybe fish scales, but with a closer look I wonder if they could be pieces of arthropod shell. Notice that they are recognizable mostly by their reflective nature.
  9. Taken from one of my latest posts: http://redleafz.blogspot.ca/2014/01/blue-beach-hantsport-nova-scotia-fall.html I had meant to make a post on my blog on my last trip from last year to Blue Beach, in Nova Scotia but it had slipped my mind. I had brought my new Olympus SLR camera with me to capture snapshots and compare the quality with what I used to take photos with. A bit bulkier than the old gal, but I must admit that I won't miss her much. I can't recall when I went down there, and the data on the camera isn't accurate as I didn't bother setting the right time/date format. On this trek
  10. redleaf101

    Martin Head

    Taken from my blog: http://redleafz.blogspot.ca/2013/08/martin-head-southern-new-brunswick.html First trek to Martin Head but not successful at finding any fossils, yet. =) There's a place, called Martin Head, located just West of Fundy Park that people having been going to for a very long time. I've been talking to people and every time I mention camping sites, people would ask me: "Have you gone to Martin Head yet?". As it turned out I hadn't, so thus became an item that went up in my 'To do' list. Martin Head is a mash up of very old and not as old rocks. The 'island' which goes b
  11. LynnM

    Bay Of Fundy Fossil?

    Hello, I was walking along the Bay Of Fundy in New Brunswick, along the Dover area, when I saw something in a cracked-open boulder lying along the side of the road. Anyone have any idea what this might be? I went back this summer to see it again, but it was gone (probably due to erosion...everything on that side seems to be slowly sliding into the mud).
  12. redleaf101

    Cheverie / Hantsport, Nova Scotia

    Taken from my blog post: http://redleafz.blogspot.ca/2013/06/cheverie-hantsport-nova-scotia.html I had planned to go back to Blue Beach in the Avonpart area for a while now. The site and other neighboring lcoations have always yielded wonderful specimens and I was itching to get back on the beaches and under the warm Nova Scotia Sun. I hadn't had the chance to hit the road for weeks due to some illness, but seeing the opportunity to go on a day trip, I took it. 1st stop Cheverie (red), 2nd stop Hantsport (red) 3rd and final stop Parrsboro (blue) (red path - from Moncton to stop #2 in Nov
  13. Taken from my blog: http://redleafz.blogspot.ca/2013/04/red-rocks-mcgahey-brook-cape-chignecto.html I've been catching up on a lot of past trips I made in the Maritimes that I didn't have time to post on my blog. One such trip was a rockhunting trek in Nova Scotia in the Advocate Harbour area, West of Parrsboro. Site (circled in red), Isle Haute (bottom left) The topography of the southern Chignecto region is very faulted, showcasing the collision of this part of the continent with North Africa some 400 million years ago, forming the ancient Supercontinent Pangaea. The Carbonifero
  14. redleaf101

    Snowy Cape Enrage (Cap Enragé)

    From my blog: http://redleafz.blogspot.ca/2013/04/cape-enrage-in-february.html In February I got hit by a bad bug, a flu that knocked my on the floor for a week. Being sick for a few days had sapped a lot of energy and it was driving me nuts. The forecast had called for a sunny and warmer weekend, so I told myself that I had to make an attempt to get out of the house and get some fresh air. That Saturday did indeed turn out to be a sunny and warmer one, so I hopped in my Volkswagen Rabbit and decided to go for a drive South towards Alma. I drove down Riverside-Albert and decided to head to
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