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  1. 3battalion

    A find from Jebel Harim in Oman

    I thought I'd post these pictures in the hope someone maybe able to shed some light on this rock or fossil. This piece was found while hiking over Jebel Harim in Oman. Jebel Harim is well known for it's fossils but I was on a hike and not specifically rock kicking! To give everyone an idea of the spectacular terrain and crazy geology, I've added two photos from the hike. The piece I'd like assistance with please is the semi circular shaped rock above the ruler. I found this on top of the mountain near the walking train and it was the unusual shape that caught my eye so I popped it into my pock
  2. Just back from an epic hike in the Talkeetna Mountains after a recent storm passed through. The snow line was at 5,500 feet and at this time of year the snow is referred to as termination dust because it will stick in the higher peaks foreshadowing winter’s arrival. I have enough confidence now to name some of the fossils I have encountered on these hikes and would like any corrections on IDs if I misidentified them. The background geology I gleaned from Geological Survey Professional Paper 432, Upper Cretaceous (Campanian and Maestrichtian) Ammonites From Southern Alaska. An
  3. latasha

    found fossil

    this was also just found in red river gorge area this past weekend would like to find out more about it
  4. latasha

    found fossil

    found this past weekend in red river gorge area any ideal what it is
  5. I got a weather window and some time to get out for a hike to the Talkeetna Mountains near my home recently. It is an hour long flight to where I went this time and beautiful scenery on the way there. The Nelchina caribou heard uses this area in the spring through fall with their trails from eons use evident in some areas like this mountain. Alaska’s state flower is the Forget Me Knot with many in full bloom. This is at 5,000 foot elevation and the alpine flowers are just now greening up. The caribo
  6. The ten essentails for for being safe and prepared in the course any field work involving hiking and bushwhacking off main roads are given in: Ten essentials, National Park Service According to the below articles, day hikers are the most vulnerable in and most likely to get involved in survival situations and should have these essentials with them. Safe and Found, George Brown, SmokyMountainsCom Day hikers are the most vulnerable in survival situations. Here's why. A new study looks at who lives and who dies when l
  7. My wife, dogs and I got out recently to camp overnight and hike in the Talkeetna Mountains. Still very cool for this time of year at 40 degrees in the late morning upon arriving with frost the next morning. The cool weather made for nice hiking weather and we put some miles in on caribou trails and ridges. At one point I checked out a gully with Cynthia staying up high where she collected two hands full of belamite pieces retaining two of the end pieces. I took pictures of the ammonites I saw in a 1/2 hour side hill jaunt returning to camp at our plane with 7.5 miles covered. I have been study
  8. Steve D.

    GMR! Here I come!

    Howdy all! I'm super excited about this and I'm looking for expertise and knowledge from all of you! I'm working in Chapel Hill, NC next week and I've paved out a day to FINALLY visit GMR!!! I'm a total noob to this area and what to expect. I've been doing research but I would humbly ask you all about your experiences, local knowledge, where to park (safely), points of entry, tools to bring (i have an good idea), areas to avoid, concerns, etc... I'm doing this alone unfortunately but that also adds to the adventure! I still haven't found my meg yet and it will be some
  9. Trevor

    New York, Near Mt.Marcy

    From the album: Field Pictures

  10. mnewman0945

    Petrified wood?

    Hello all! Thanks again for all of the great info on my Previous fossil! I AM ASTONISHED by how old my coral is! I have another fossil (hopefully) I am somewhat weary about.. its a small piece but to me I believe its a piece of petrified wood. Your thoughts? Once again I am eager to see if I am able to see how old this little guy is. You guys ROCK!
  11. mnewman0945

    Fossil ID help

    Hello all! I am somewhat new to this but very excited! I recently went on a hiking trip and found this rock (with some fossils) on it. Have no clue what they are; maybe you can help identify them! We were in Free Soil Michigan on the Lake Michigan shoreline when I came across the rock. Any and all help would be amazing! Thanks!!
  12. Me and my girlfriend are heading to Chicago this weekend for a last minute museum trip and Sunday we're completely dedicating to hunting around the mazon area. We've never been and would love if people wanted to join especially if you know where the good stuff is . From researching it seems around monster lake is a good area, so as of now that's where we're heading!
  13. Hi everyone! A colleague of mine is headed to Albuquerque sometime near the end of June for IB training (she's a teacher like me), and she has decided to stay on for the weekend after her training session is over in order to do a little hiking with her husband (who will be heading down to meet her for the weekend). She loves rocks and fossils, so she was hoping to do a little collecting while she's there. Are there any easily-accessible sites that she would be able to collect from? Thanks! Monica
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