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Found 14 results

  1. What are some places in eastern North Carolina to find fossils? (besides aroura)
  2. I have really been itching to go out and get some crab concretions from the Lincoln Creek formation. I am not l looking for any extreme high quality specimens I just want to be able to get my hands on some concretions, so if anyone has locations that put out quantity over quality (preferably public land) please reply below or pm me. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  3. Hunting in Texas

    Hello all! I am wondering if I could get some ideas for places to hunt fossils in Texas. We are currently just north of Dallas and will be heading sort of diagonally to the big bend area. Any ideas of good spots to hunt fossils aong the way. (Some of the trip will have a 9 year old. Any kid friendly spots also appriciated) thanks all in advance!
  4. Washington->Louisiana

    Hey I am looking into going to LSU for college and i was looking into any good sites nearby the campus, anyone know of any?
  5. Fossil Hunting - Florida

    Hi all, For us Europeans, Florida is a very exotic place. This may not be your view though, especially if you are from there (as many members here are). Anyways, I am really excited, because this winter (around x-mas) I will be going with my family to Orlando! (the hotel is less exciting: it's the Disney World one ). Anyways, we have a few days to go fossil hunting in one of the most fossiliferous regions in the world. We have already booked a trip with Fossil Voyages, owned by our very forum admin @Cris and his friend Kyle, which I'm sure will be a very exciting moment. But we have still a few extra days free for fossil hunting. We will surely go to the famous Peace River at some point, but having a few extra good hunting locations will be good. Though these may be, in your eyes, very basic/usual hunting locations, I am looking for your favorite hunting spots in Florida. So please jot down in the replies any good locations, and tips you have about them! Any info is welcome (Not too far from Orlando though, we don't want to spend the day in the car). Also, meeting up with some of you, and maybe even hunting with them, would be great too!!! I will, obviously, make some nice reports of the hunts afterwards. Thanks in advance, Max
  6. Hey, first post on this site. I've been volunteering at the Edelman Fossil Park (formerly Inversand) for a few years and am wondering if there are any other sites in the southern part of New Jersey that people know about. I have been to Big Brook, Ramanessin and Shark River on trips with my geology class, but they are farther than I would prefer to go for an average trip, and not worth the drive on a bad day. Particularly looking for sites in the Navesink or other Cretaceous formations. Thanks.
  7. South Georgia HELP

    I just moved to South Georgia, Kairo-Ochlocknee-Thomasville area. I am very new to fossil hunting and I don't have any clue where to go or who to ask, where-if there is-can I go to explore? Any help is GREATLY appreciated
  8. Sites Near Topeka

    Going to be in Topeka for work in a couple weeks, looking for intel on road cuts, spillways, or other easily accessible fossil bearing strata. Any help would be much appreciated!!
  9. Can you please share phenomenal places to go fossil hunting in New Jersey , with GPS coordinates?
  10. Hi everyone! I am currently enjoying some very pleasant holidays in the Vale do Lobo, near Faro in Portugal. My family and I were wondering what some good fossil locations nearby were; Filipe ( @Vieira ), has recommended the beach between Albufeira and Lagos, called the "Formação dos Olhos de Ãgua". Unfortunately he has never gone there before, and therefore did not know everything about the location. What he knew about the location was this: the finds are from the Miocene period and include: shark teeth, marine mammal bones and sea urchins. So does anyone know more information about the site, like what spots are the best, what are the better techniques (e.g.: sieving, looking near the water or more in the dunes/cliffs, etc) and also what you found. So if any of you have ever gone there, please give me any info/tips you have. And pictures would be great too! Also, if you know any other cool locations nearby, please tell me! Best regards and nice holidays to all of you, Max
  11. Fossil sites in Mexico

    Hello fossil-hunters, My family and I might soon go to Mexico on a trip. We are probably going to stay in Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo (Yucatan peninsula). Do any of you know some good nearby fossil sites where we could hunt? Thanks in advance, Max
  12. U.K. Fossil map

    I did post this a while ago on another forum but it might be useful here. Someone (I have no idea who) has spent time and effort to make this map of uk locations and put it up on Google maps. It's been useful for me. Wouldn't it be cool if the map was expanded worldwide! https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zKkgpgmdqasY.kL_ZtZbMvmag
  13. Hi! I am planning on taking a trip to Summerville in a few months and was wondering if anyone had any good spots they could give me the locations of. I've never been there, and will be respecting the no-digging policy, but I have no idea where to go. There are a lot of videos on youtube of amazing finds! But I don't know where they are. If someone could give me some places, I'd really appreciate it Thanks!
  14. Im a 14 year old guy, and i am very interested in fossils and evolution so i have decided that i want to start fossil hunting. But i have a problem, i live on long island, (NY) and as you may already know, there are hardly any fossils on long island. There are only sea snails and even those fossils are hard to find. So i need a nearby location to search for fossils, Any suggestions?
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