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  1. Hi, I am currently a student at the University of Newcastle majoring in earth and environmental science teaching. I am really interested in making a trip out to the mulbring quarry with a few of my fellow earth science major friends. I understand that permission is required to enter the site. Could anyone provide me with information or contact details of the property owners? Cheers
  2. In a few days, I am heading to Tahliquah,OK and am thinking of checking out any fossil sites. Anyone have a suggestion? My cousin said there’s a mountain range in that area that he has found shells, but he also has a pretty serious drug problem and could be confused. Any tips will be greatly appreciated.
  3. Top Trilo

    Fossil Locations

    I live in Aurora Colorado and was looking for places to go fossil hunting, I’ve already been to Florissant and while it was a great place I also want to look for other locations. I want it to be a 4 hour or less drive which I know really limits the are but I want it to be a day trip not a weekend trip. Dinosaur Colorado and Douglas pass are all far away and I don’t think you can fossil hunt anywhere near dinosaur ridge. I’d be willing to go out of state but only if it’s within 4 hours so like south east Wyoming, south west Nebraska and west Kansas.
  4. cameronsfossilcollection

    Lower Cambrian Trilobites in South Central PA?

    Hey there everyone. I’m currently up in New York hunting for fossil, and tomorrow I’ll be riding through PA and have been itching to collect at the Kinzers Formation and was wondering if anybody in the forum was familiar with any public access areas to find any Cambrian material? I’ve done a fair amount of reading and it seems like a lot has either been over-collected or is in closed quarries. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Thought i'd ask about an area I revisited to see if it seems like a good spot to start looking for fossils. It's a mine dump, most of it seems to be shale I think (is it?) Means I don't I have to dig, but most of it is pretty shattered.
  6. FossilMo

    Shark River Location

    I was looking into going to Shark River NJ and I was wondering at which part of Shark River cuts through formation as it is pretty long. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
  7. I just found the site. I collected as a child but don't know where. I now have a son that is extremely interested in fossils and dinosaurs and want to take him to find fossils the way I did. Can anyone tell me a place where we can legally hunt for them? (In or around Louisville area) I'm open to a guide, if you don't mind being asked every question his inquisitive mind has. I want to share my memory while encouraging his passion. Thank you for any and all help. It's greatly appreciated.
  8. I'm still learning how to select fossil hunting sites. Unfortunately any of the common ones that everybody goes to is over 6 hours away and doesn't turn up more than shark teeth. Would the area I selected on this map be suitable for hunting? My concern is that it's sandy, but I obviously can't tell what lies below that or right along the banks. I would primarily be hunting in or near the water. Any thoughts on this location, or any locations that are within two hours of Biloxi, MS would be appreciated. Thanks! -C
  9. jdiaz55

    Fish I.D.

    I have this fish that's been in the family for 20 or 30 years, but no one seems to remember where it came from or what species of fish! Anyone have any ideas as to the species or possible location? Thanks!
  10. MeargleSchmeargl

    A return: Tales of my uncle's truck travels

    Again, it's been a while. Today I've been at my Mom's memorial service, as she passed away in the past week, effectively leaving me without parents. It's been really hard for me to feel good about much anything recently, so here's something else to think about for a change: After the service, my uncle Austin came to me to say he found a fossil. Usually he just jokingly comes to me with a chunk of basalt, saying it's an "alien bone" This time was different, though. He presented me with this: There's a good number of bryozoans, I think a few crin
  11. Simona

    Eocene Conifer Plant Fossil?

    Hello everyone, I got this piece at an estate sale on Saturday, huge fossil, 7.8 inch/15.7 inch (20 cm x 40 cm), I'm not sure the provenience. Any help will be much appreciated! Thank you.
  12. Hi ho everyone, in fairly new to this forum and was wondering if anyone knows some fossil hunting locations in southeast Oklahoma. I live near the Claremore area and am looking for anywhere good streams, quarries eager to start my dino digging.
  13. So I've always been interested in fossils and history of any sort. A few weeks ago I was doing some exploring in the Flinders Ranges and found this bit of ancient sea bed. So I decided to explore a little closer to home, at Turimetta Beach and found these (and lots more) I couldn't go right at low tide so was limited to the part of the headland I could get to, now I have a taste for it I'd like to go do some more searching, are there any other spots close to Sydney (I'm on the upper North shore)?
  14. I’m in Birmingham for a few days. Does anyone know of any cool fossil shops or cool places to go? Thank you in advance. Sincerely, J
  15. Hi. I'm very new and have never done this before however i have taken an interest in fossicking. As i live in Melbourne Australia, I plan to visit the Batesford limestone quarry to look for some shark teeth. I wonder if anyone can guide me about what i need, if any license is needed, specific area i need to go to, if it is open for public and other stuff that i may need to know. I know a lot of people here have done fossicking here but i can't seem to find any details on the stuff i mentioned above. Thank you so much and hope to hear from you guys soon!
  16. I am desperately trying to find some places to collect where i live in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. There is some woods near my house and the path ways are filled what i believe to be coal? Could this be an indicator that fossils are around?
  17. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at joegallo1954@gmail.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since April 26, 2018
  18. I keep hearing about Penn/Miss sites near the GA/AL border, and seeing that my collection is severely lacking, I am dying to find a formation exposure that isn't on the opposite end of the globe from where I am. I found some hope of finding a place with this scholarly article on NW GA (though it's an article that's older than my grandparents): https://epd.georgia.gov/sites/epd.georgia.gov/files/related_files/site_page/B-62.pdf 2 formations stuck out from what I could make of it from my first quick skim: • Vandever Formation • Rockcastle Formation
  19. Malone

    Concretions

    advice on opening concretions without damaging fossils inside?
  20. DAW85

    Dutch Creek

    I have read that fossils and shark teeth can be found in a place called Dutch Creek. Does any one know where it is located?
  21. salvo1989s

    German fossil sites

    Hi guys ,I'm planning a 3 days of break from work to Germany to visit maybe a fossil quarry , anyone can give me some advice? I will fly to Hamburg so I need something close to it.
  22. salvo1989s

    question about UK location

    hi guys, anyone know if the Crock hey mine in wigan (lancashire) it's still ok for fossil hunting? heard about this place but i found just few old news on the web.
  23. What is the most effective way to locate members in my area to plan fossil collecting tirips? Dan
  24. PetrifiedDoubleGulp

    Resources for choosing sites

    Hi guys, I was wondering if you had any resources or methods you like to use when choosing sites to fossil hunt? Are there maps of public land? Are the only options fossil specific parks, and asking someone with land? Whats your scoop/etiquette? Places within a couple hours from Central Texas? Thanks!
  25. Hi I am in northen Ireland for 3 weeks and I have been up to larne searching for Waterloo bay I think I have found the right area it is just off the big arch way going through the mountain. But it was high tide so I could not go down to the beachI am just wondering if that is the beach that contains the fossils.also If anyone could please tell me if the majority of fossils I find are embedded in rock or just sitting in the sand loosely thanks a bunch.
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