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  1. Hello we are in Pensacola and our 15 year old son is an aspiring Paleontologist. He is dive certified and so are we and have a 18ft boat along with a 27 ft boat. We want to support him in his dream career choice (if he can support himself at some point LOL) and have no knowledge of how to get him experience in fossil hunting. He knows that chances are this part of his career path could be short lived and he will likely end up as a professor or museum curator but he doesn’t care. History and science are his favorite subject and as he says this is both wrapped up in one. As the country opens bac
  2. Took a little trip up to the Texas Panhandle for a little get-away and some fossil hunting! My parents, my husband and I rented an Air B&B near Clarendon TX (figured that would be a relatively "safe" pandemic travel solution and it worked out quite well!). We chose Clarendon (well, Howardwick, actually) because it was midway between the places we wanted to visit, AND, it is actually a famous area which the illustrious Mr. Cope of the Bone Wars (in the mid-1800s, Mr. Cope of the Academy of Natural Science in Philly and Mr. Marsh of Yale, vied to find the best and the most dinosaurs around
  3. Hey all, It's been a while! I stopped posting on the forum for a bit, but the fossil hunting never ceased! Here are a few photos of some of the fossils we've found over the past few months (all found at the same location). Our biggest prize was obviously the juvenile meg (Photos #1 and #2). We're still holding out on this spot for a huge, adult meg...but until then, we've kept ourselves busy finding plenty of bull shark teeth - with amazing coloration (Photo #3)...who knew I could love yellow teeth this much?! In general, the fossils we find at this location have the most remarkab
  4. Ritzi

    Can anyone ID this for me?

    It is very heavy. I bought it at a rummage sale in Alliance, NE. Don’t know where it was found. Owner deceased. Nebraska, Panhandle, mystery
  5. El_Hueso

    A planted fake tooth??

    I am seriously stumped with this one. Maybe you folks can help me out. I found this during the weekend out near the bottom of the panhandle in the Jurassic Triassic undivided. It was found when sifting rubble through my mesh net and I won’t lie when I say I leapt with excitement when I found it. but... the more I look at it the more it seems like there is something off about it. For one, I already tried looking up known dinosaur fossils found in that region of Texas and I cannot find a tooth looking similar to this one. This tooth also doesn’t have the same coloration that other fo
  6. Rupert, F., 1994a. A Fossil Hunter's Guide to the Geology of Panhandle Florida (No. 63). Florida Geological Survey. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/267999223_A_FOSSIL_HUNTER'S_GUIDE_TO_THE_GEOLOGY_OF_PANHANDLE_FLORIDA https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Frank_Rupert http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00003731/00001 http://palmm.digital.flvc.org/islandora/search/fossils?type=edismax&collection=palmm%3Aroot Rupert, F., 1994b. A Fossil Hunter's Guide to the Geology of the Northern Florida Peninsula (No. 65). Florida Geological Survey. http://ufdc.
  7. gordywilliams

    Scouting an area

    I'm new to this and asked this same question on FB but: I am in the Florida Panhandle and fossils here aren't as prolific as say Gainesville and southward in the peninsula but in an unknown locale where a Topo map and also where visually you can see that the creek is way down in the stratification how do you search?? Do I look for steep clay banks? Do I look for feeder streams? How long and how deep do you sift a test spot? Should I look in the upstream side of a log fall? Sandbars or deeper spots? I have been Point A dam and pretty much anywhere you sift there, bank/shallow
  8. Murman1984

    Where to look in Texas Panhandle?

    Hey guys, Anyone from the Panhandle that can give some tips on where and what to look for? The problem is, around my country (wheeler county) there's so much sand, its hard to find solid ground. Anyways, hope some Texans find this. Thanks Grant
  9. Herb

    Florida panhandle

    I am going to be at Eglin AFB near Pensacola, FL soon. Any info on collecting in that area would be appreciated. If you have any tips please PM me. Thanks.
  10. Kristin Hoffpauer

    Panhandle

    Hi! I'm relatively new to fossil hunting. I found a few while I was living in Kansas (Flint Hills area), but I have since moved to the Oklahoma Panhandle. I'm wondering if there are any sites in particular that have been good for finding fossils, or if anyone has any tips. I've done a little research, and it seems most of the formations in my area are Neogene, specifically Olagalla formation. Thanks! Kristin
  11. SPG

    Mexico Beach Fla. Fossil

    Found this today, 4 noticeable holes that run front to back. Thoughts, fish scull.
  12. I'm going to be in Panama City, FL the last 2 weeks of December (21st-1/1) . Any tips for collecting in that area? I would like to meet any other FF members in that area just for fun. If interested you can MSG me here or at Herb40291 at bellsouth.net.
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