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  1. val horn

    alaska

    I have the opportunity to go to alaska in late may early june. I have never been to alaska before. I have seen several published sites, and some conflicting information on legal rules. I was thinking about ammonites at slide mountain, leaves at coyote lake and wishbone hill. possibly collecting near Homer on the beach. If anyone has experience at these places I would appreciate their feedback. I really dont want to get myself arrested.
  2. MeargleSchmeargl

    ILLEGAL TO COLLECT AT TIBBS BRIDGE SITE!

    As you all may or may not have heard, there have been legality issues revolving around the Murray County trilobite site, namely that the bridge has recently been posted due to some issues occurring with nearby property owners regarding some of the people visiting the site as well as apparent over-collecting at the site causing increased erosion and possible structural integrity issues with the bridge itself. As a result, news has it that the site is now posted with signs. (For more information, check tab 3+ of: OR check: As I and a number of us TFF regul
  3. Was curious if anyone has used the Bureau of Land Management's new RAPTOR online permitting system. Doesn't seem to be working too well for me. https://permits.blm.gov/raptor/landing
  4. Thecosmilia Trichitoma

    Carmel Valley Fossil Crabs

    As I live relatively close to Carmel Valley, I have recently been researching into collecting fossils there, especially the Pinnixa pea crabs.The main collecting information I have heard from several different sources is to “Collect along Carmel Valley road road cuts and the surround road cuts. Look for the whitish shale and collect there.” However, I am concerned about the legality of this. Even though many people have gone collecting there, I believe the road to be public land, and California’s laws say that no collecting is allowed on public land. I know that in some fossiliferous areas in
  5. Hello everybody, I'm looking for the official excerpts of laws that stipulate that a fossil found on a private land in USA is the property of the landowner who can legally keep it, sell it or export it. Do you know where can I find these documents ? If I'm right, the fossils found in US are not considered as cultural heritage. It that right ? Thanks for your help, BR, Yann
  6. Bone Daddy

    How to ruin it for everyone else

    If anyone reading this is responsible or knows the guilty parties, then please tell them to KNOCK IT OFF. This is the kind of thing that gives the rest of us a bad name. Link - https://www.abcactionnews.com/news/region-sarasota-manatee/thieves-stealing-artifacts-could-hurt-north-ports-water-supply
  7. I just got off of the phone with the Jenks off of the Oklahoma Wildlife Department. I asked if it was legal to collect fossils on the public hunting lands in Oklahoma. He assured me that it was. He told me that if it was federal land that the answer would more than likely be "No", but it is ok to look on Oklahoma Wildlife Department lands. He did say that you would need an Oklahoma issued hunting license. I am not sure if any of you guys knew this, or if this is common knowledge, so I thought I would share it with everyone. Happy hunting and stay safe, Bobo
  8. I'm looking to visit a few road cuts in Indiana this month, including St. Leon and a few around Bloomington. I've read differing accounts here about the legality of collecting on roadcuts in Indiana. Would anyone be able to clear it up?
  9. Shellseeker

    Finders Keepers?

    Reading the morning news, found this article: http://www.realclearlife.com/books/inside-illegal-unethical-world-owning-dinosaur-bones/ Well, we have lots of fossil hunters from lots of countries. This seems untrue to me... sort of fake news. What say you all?
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