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I’m a noobie and have no idea where to start...
MatieCooper posted a topic in Fossil IDHello! A little context: this is my very first post, and the item in question resulted from my second ever fossil hunt. I have very little knowledge but a metric ton of curiosity. My husband and I found this item today from material we sifted from the bottom of a creek bed through a 1/4” screen. We were at a place called Green Mills Run (GMR) in Greenville, NC, which I have gathered through even my minimal experience is a prime location for finding all kinds of spectacular specimens. This thing has me scratching my head... thanks in advance for your help and expertise!! (I am totally psyched t
GMR Trip Sunday, 8/26/18
Wolf89 posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsHey, all I went to GMR in Greenville yesterday. First I'll tell you yesterday was a perfect day for fossil hunting, there were lots of people there. (15+) I know I have seen at least one trip report from yesterday, so I'll keep this short and let the pictures talk. When you look at the haul, it doesn't look great, but when you consider that I only dug for 45 minutes it's pretty great. I got 2 megs, 2 great whites, 5 crows, and some others. VERY nice HUGE lower great white. I got another really nice posterior great white. The bigger one is 2.5 inches, the smaller one I didn't measure, but it's
Wolf89 posted a topic in Questions & AnswersI'll be going to Green Mill Run this Sunday, I was wondering what I should where. If your unfamiliar with GMR it's like a small stream( I think)
GMR trip 5/4/2017
ffemtb1 posted a topic in General Fossil DiscussionI will be out at GMR in Greenville NC. Anyone interested is welcome to come along. I will have a small group with me.
Need help with tooth identity
ffemtb1 posted a topic in Fossil IDCan anyone help with this? Not sure what it is.
Green Mills Run Water levels
ffemtb1 posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsSo I figured I would share this little bit of information for those that want to go to Green Mills Run, but live a good distance away and want to determine if the trip is going to be a bust due to water level conditions. So this is something I have used for the past 2 years and has yet to let me down. I frequent the creek on a weekly basis and have recorded observations of the creek water levels based on the Tar River at Greenville,NC Hydro-Graph. You can find that at this web address: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=mhx&gage=PGVN7 . Now, if the water levels are at 6 foot