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  1. dinosaur man

    Fossil hunting sites in Ottawa

    Thursday I’m headed out to Ottawa, I have some time where I won’t be doing anything and am wondering if there’s any good fossil hunting sites in the area that I could collect at. I’ve heard a bit about the Stromatolite and Trilobite sites in the area but not sure where they’re located.
  2. Rocketmandane

    Alaska Fossil Sites

    Hoping to head up to Alaska this next summer and would love to hunt for fossils. Does anyone know of a list of sites to start looking? Thanks!
  3. DarkTr

    Europe advice

    Hi. This summer I have intention to make a palaeontological trip in a Europe location and i want some advice on which one I should choose. I want to find dinosaur fossils or reptile or plants fossils, preferably a location not too far from Italy ( my country) like England. Can you help me?
  4. PetrifiedDoubleGulp

    Good sites in Maryland

    Hi all, Long time Central Texas area creek hunter here. I've now moved back to Maryland and I'm not quite sure where to take my canoe for fossil hunts, or what creeks are walk/wade-able. I have the area geology in tow, and would like to direct my attention to the cretaceous swath across anne arundel county, but I don't want to get in anyone's way, or launch into a river without hearing some area wisdom first. Thanks!
  5. Hi everyone! My wife and I are driving to Wyoming and western South Dakota in three weeks. I’ve been searching the forum for some nice fossil (and mineral) sites, and the number of sites in this area are plentiful and overwhelming! We are going to hit the Blue Forest and look for petrified wood. We were also going to hit the pay sites in Kemmerer, WY but they are not open until Memorial Day. Does anyone have suggestions for “must hit” public fossil sites? I can read geologic maps and have access to geology/paleontology journals, so a formation and general area would be g
  6. FossilHunterNYC

    New York Spots?

    Anyone know of good places in NY (close to NYC and Long Island) for fossil hunting ? Penn Dixie is way too far and I heard there are some good Devonian fossils in the Catskills. Any spot where I can find a sea scorpion or trilobite ?
  7. DatFossilBoy

    Does anyone know Swiss fossil sites?

    Hey guys, A bit of an unusual post: I’m looking to go hunting in Switzerland since I often stay there but I don’t know any fossil sites. I’m looking for vertebrate sites in Switzerland (like shark teeth) and fossil sites around my area (Valais). If any member knows some sites and have experience , please share, that would be awesome. Thanks for the help and kind regards.
  8. Hello, everyone! I will be in North Carolina on a family trip for the next week, but I’d like to do some fossil hunting as well while I’m out here. I’m in the New Bern area specifically. Does anyone know of any good fossil sites in the area where one can collect? Thanks!
  9. Aloha! Planning a short trip to California before I move further away, I was always fascinated by fossils. Are there any dig sites in California that rent out tools? I would love to find a trilobite or ammonite! Any tips would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!
  10. Hi Just wondering but does anyone know any fossil sites in Southern California (mainly in the Los Angeles area), I have been searching for fossil sites for a while now but I wanted to know if anyone on here has had success on any of the fossil sites.
  11. Hey guys, I live in south Florida and I have been trying to find good locations to hunt for fossilized sharks teeth. I have gone to peace river with my boyfriend before, but we want to try and look for locations that would be closer to us . Please please please help!
  12. Johnny676767

    Pennsylvania Fossil Sites?

    My son (9 years old) and I are hoping to find a spot to look for fossils. We have only been hunting a few times before in California. We’re on vacation in Pennsylvania, in East Stroudsburg (1.5 hours - or so- East of New York City). We came to ski but I have been reading that this area could be good for fossils. Any tips on sites or features? I really don’t know anything about the area. Personally, I’d rather pull over in the side of the road or hike somewhere than go to a pay-to-dig site. Thanks for any advice you may have.
  13. Johnny676767

    Fossil Sites in Maryland?

    Hello, I am in Maryland (near Annapolis) and hope to take my 9-year-old son fossil hunting. He really enjoyed our hunt in Pennsylvania (Beltzville) last week. I have heard of Calvert Cliffs (any advice?) but would also be interested in other sites. We could drive to sites in southern PA, northern VA or DC. Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
  14. I am on way to Missouri in the morning. Going to be staying at lake near Branson so just wondering if there are any sites that I could check out
  15. I'm a bit new to fossil hunting but was looking to try some this summer. I've been looking for sites from multiple sources, and was wondering if anyone had any good locations to recommend. I live in the Tampa area, and am looking for fossil locations around the region between Tampa and the Peace River. My largest concern is flooding of the river and that it will be too deep. Are there still other options? Does anyone have recommendations? Thanks
  16. Don’t worry, fossil collecting sites are all around, and may be easier to find than you might think! Here in my area of Kentucky, we have landscape rock that is sold as “local river rock” at about every garden/landscape center. This “local river rock” contains a lot of fossils. From brachiopods, to horns (corals), and bryozoans, etc. It is also very inexpensive. Many people in my area also use crushed limestone as a covering for driveways and parking areas. I have found many a trilobite in someone’s driveway. Finding fossils this way isn’t the most glamorous or sc
  17. Inner Amethyst

    Brampton, Caledon, Georgetown Fossil Sites

    Hello! I am in Brampton and need some direction on where I can go to do some fun hunting. anything in the Caledon, Georgetown, Brampton areas? or within 45 mins of these areas? not concerned with what type of fossils. just love finding history! thanks so much!!! - also - are there any groups that get together in these areas? trips? clubs ect?
  18. Sjfriend

    Syracuse New York area?

    Have to come to Syracuse for family emergency. Hoping to get a little free time once things settle and would love to see what fossils might be found in area. Thanks for help Steve Friend (visiting from Alaska)
  19. could everyone name there favourite or the best dinosaur fossils hunting sites and quarries in the UK? Also, what place would smokejacks quarry, surrey and compton bay, the isle of white be ranked?
  20. Ptychodus04

    Reno, NV Fossil Sites

    I will be spending some random time in Reno (Sparks actually), NV over the next couple months. Does anyone have a few sites they would be willing to give me the details on for some collecting when work allows? Send me a PM if you don’t want the general public to know. Any possibilities would be greatly appreciated.
  21. I'll tell you about fossil sites from Russia. My today's story about Krasnoufimsk. Krasnoufimsk is a small town in Ural area. This town is located near Perm sity and sedimentary rocks around it belong to the lower permian age. Sea creatures are found in Krasnoufimsk. You can see this town location on the map. The view of this site on this photo. It's something similar on a quary and a rubbish dump. The extraction of stone is not carried out here and you must pull out stones and break them. The most popular fossil from here is Helicaprion spiral teeth. But it'
  22. Herb

    Tucson trip

    Hi all, I am going to be in the Tucson area for 10 days soon. Is there anything to collect in that area (say 120 mi radius). I have never been to AZ. If you have some collecting information to share please PM me. Thanks a lot. Herb
  23. Hello everyone, I don’t know if I put this in the right place, mods and admins feel free to move it. I am getting jealous of the transitional Otodus and auriculatus I am seeing from the Potomac. These, I assume, are from the Nanjemoy Formation. While every now and then some of this will wash to the Paleocene aged Aquia Formation of Purse state park, it is not reliable. I’d like to hunt Maryland’s Eocene so I can cross that off my list. Now there is also the secretive Old Church formation which exists, but I have not heard much about it. Are there any sites that are accessible
  24. EMP

    Sites near Charlotte?

    I'm going to be in the area and I was wondering if anyone knew of some sites down there. Roadcuts are preferable, but I'm open to collecting along creeks, just not private property and railroad cuts.
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