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FossilDAWG

Thanks! This will be quite useful.

 

I did notice that the wrong web site is listed for @crinus.  It should be:

http://www.crinus.info/

 

Don

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JamieLynn

You could add mine - https://www.fossil-quest.com/

It's newly completed (mostly  !hahhah)

Central Texas Fossils ...plus

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JohnJ

Any listed paleontology websites should be for education and/or entertainment.  Going forward, members please do not directly link to any commercial websites.  Thanks.  

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Uncle Siphuncle
21 hours ago, DPS Ammonite said:

I created an alphabetized list of member’s (including former and non active) paleontology related websites including Facebook, YouTube and Flickr. I eliminated closed, overly commercial and sites that you had to sign up for. 
 

Let me know if I need to add more member’s websites or if the links are to websites that are overly commercial or do not have significant paleontology content. Links change and go bad.
 

This is meant to be pinned and kept updated. I give permission for any moderator to keep it updated. 
 

It is curious how many members that have wonderful websites that are no longer active. Maybe we will get some back. 
 


@Uncle Siphuncle

https://bcfas.org/museum2/Meander/Meander_Files.html

 

 

My prior reporting efforts sort of served their purpose in their time, and when the museum went through a software change, we opted to take them down rather than do a bunch of work to prop them up.  I enjoy running lean now, just collecting and prepping.

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DPS Ammonite
2 hours ago, Uncle Siphuncle said:

My prior reporting efforts sort of served their purpose in their time, and when the museum went through a software change, we opted to take them down rather than do a bunch of work to prop them up.  I enjoy running lean now, just collecting and prepping.

I do not know what you mean by they were taken down. They might be hard to find on the museum website but they are still there. 
 

Click on the link to see 11 years worth of gloriously photographed fossil hunting trips. If you look hard enough JohnJ is on some of them too.

https://bcfas.org/museum2/Meander/Meander_Files.html

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Paleoworld-101
22 hours ago, DPS Ammonite said:

 

Thanks for compiling these but this isn't my website, nor do i have a paleontology website i maintain that's worth sharing

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DPS Ammonite
35 minutes ago, Paleoworld-101 said:

 

Thanks for compiling these but this isn't my website, nor do i have a paleontology website i maintain that's worth sharing

Sorry. I pasted the wrong website with your name. I will take you off the list.

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crinus

You may want to add this site under my name http://www.michiganbasinfossils.org/

It is a Michigan Basin fossils site that I help maintain.

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FossilDAWG
3 hours ago, crinus said:

You may want to add this site under my name http://www.michiganbasinfossils.org/

It is a Michigan Basin fossils site that I help maintain.

There are many (many many!) excellent photos on that site.

 

Don

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