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Found 10 results

  1. Big brook Park (not Preserve)

    following Big Brook upstream beyond the Preserve and beyond Boundary Road brings you into Big Brook Park. are you allowed to collect in the Park and if so has it been successful? thanks
  2. Starfish ?

    In the fall of 2011 I got of the train in Harrisburg on my way to Red Hill for my first dig with DVPS and waited for the rental car shuttle. The folks there voiced concern that this snow storm might interfere with the dig. Anyway, I dug this from under a snow covered stump up the highway at Swatara State park the next day. Looking at it recently, I noticed this shape that seemed different than the fenestrate bryozoans that were common in the samples. Any chance this is a starfish ?
  3. I wanted to share a pair of mystery fossils found by a friend at the W. M. Browning Cretaceous Fossil Park in MS. We were trying to figure out what they were. Can you all help? The first pair of images are both sides of a very flat fossil. The rest are of an odd structure. Does it look like bone to you? If so, I was wondering if it might be a jaw fragment; it reminds me of one I found before.
  4. Last time in Ladonia

    Last time in Ladonia Fossil Park.
  5. SALT LAKE CITY — Visitors at a Utah state park have been dislodging dinosaur tracks imprinted in sandstone and throwing the pieces into a nearby lake, officials said. https://www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/2018/05/08/dinosaur-tracks-utah-park-dislodged-thrown-into-lake/590535002/
  6. Otodus? Purse State Park Maryland

    Hello all, Braved what seems to be one of the colder and windier days within the last two weeks but I think I might have found my first Otodus! This is from the Aquia formation of the Potomac River, it's a little worn and not in the best of shape but if it's a first I'll take it: Also found this little guy and was thinking Cretolamna sp. but wanted to be certain as I'm just a novice: Thanks for any and all help! This forum has definitely helped me tons and I've chatted with quite a few members shared some wonderful advice and made it even harder to think about anything else except for hunting! Recently was able to find my first Meg(s) and now hopefully and Otodus! Everything is starting to fall into place and I'm really excited for summer to roll around so I can put my kayak to good use!
  7. Shark Teeth - Purse State Park, MD

    Good afternoon, I accidentally stumbled across Purse State Park and am absolutely hooked! I didn't realize how many teeth were actually there and the different species/history of the area so I only was able to look for about an hour or so and after further inspection and research I believe I have a few different teeth (nothing special, but I would like to know) and I'm sure y'all are tired of the same ole identification questions but no matter how many pictures I look at online I can't entirely tell the differences and I start to see a cooler tooth than I may actually have. I took a few pictures below and I tried to organize similar teeth together (hope I don't embarrass myself). Thanks, I know they aren't gems but I am definitely hooked and will be going again very shortly and maybe with some help I will be able to identify and look for specific kinds when I take my next trip! Thanks so much
  8. Possible tooth

    I came across this little piece that I collected on a past trip but never did identify. Any chance it is a tooth ?
  9. Greens Mill Run First Trip!!

    Hey guys! So I just did my first mini weekend trip with my mom to Greens Mill Run in Greenville, NC.. We arrived Friday night at our hotel to make sure we had our gear and everything ready for the morning.. Saturday morning we parked at the elementary school parking lot and looked for about 30 minutes directly behind the school in a Tiny creek that is right in front of what looks like a new foot bridge. No luck. The water runs pretty quick and there are huge rocks everywhere. Second spot to try was the park which is about a 1/2 mile from the school. There is parking and porter potty if needed. We checked almost every opening of the creek there was and couldn't tell how deep it really was (the water is deep, and dark because of all the rain in the past week. A lot!) finally found one little spot that had rocks that I could see on the bottom. Got in, started sifting, and bam! First I started getting 3-5 teeth at a time. Then 10-25! They were mostly all small.. But it was so much fun actually finding a bunch at one time! We stayed there about 2 1/2 hours. I counted my findings that night at the hotel, 267!! The last day we went to the 10th street Bridge. This was an awesome spot. Nice and shallow and easy to find teeth. There was Tons of glass so def. wear water shoes! This day we stayed from 8:30 to 12:30. I haven't counted those yet but I'm guessing I found around 200 to 300 more. That's 500 in just two half days of searching.. i will say, it's hard work, but I don't mind.. I got to get out and explore somewhere I've never been before. I will take a few pictures but nothing to great except a few ok sized makos and found my first few large crow shark teeth! Thanks for the info from everyone last week on where to go!!