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  1. Ronnie H.

    Hunting at McFadden Beach

    I've found a number of fossilized jaws on this beach that I have no clue of the animal they came from. Hopefully someone here will be able to tell me. We also find many bones of probably bison that hasn't fossilized. So here are a few pics -------- This is what the beach looks like.
  2. Ronnie H.

    Hunting at McFadden Beach

    I have hunted McFadden Beach many times. It's located on the Texas coast near the small town of High Island. Most of the it's easy collecting bones, teeth and if very lucky, even a paleo dart point. I can't put names to many of even the bones we find on the beach but my question isn't about the obvious bones, but about many of "something" we have found that has turned into what I believe is iron. Please get your opinions. Were these some kind of animal or plant or just funny looking rocks? First picture is what I'm asking your opinions about. Seems to me they turned into a
  3. My daughter and I are looking for new fossil-finding adventures in central and Northeast Texas. We have already been numerous times to Ladonia, Sherman and Mineral Wells. We also like to hunt for arrowheads!
  4. I am not sure if this is authentic but I picked it up with a large lot of fossils. How do I find out?
  5. Cskelton

    I.D. help please

    I'm trying this a second time. I tried creating a post this morning but am unable to locate it anywhere. So, if this is a double post, please forgive me. This item was found on a ranch in central montana, judith basin county. We dig for native american artifacts. This was found by my 14 year old daughter, among the artifacts, under an old tree stump that i removed. I believe that it was brought in by ancient man. We have been digging for some time and do not typically find fossils here.
  6. Hello All- I am doing a talk next Tuesday on the difference between Archaeology and Paleontology. I am looking for published instances where the two are used incorrectly. Can anyone help? Thanks.
  7. Here's a sample of my favorite teeth and artifacts. Most are personal finds from the Northeast Texas area.
  8. I managed to get in 3 hunts on my 14 days off from offshore this time. I found more artifacts than fossils but I did manage to find a nice Mosasaur vert, shark teeth and a really old coke bottle. This is a mix from Post Oak Creek and one more creek that I hunt. I gave away all the teeth except for the perfect ones to my buddy since it was his first time ever hunting.
  9. SueBSouth

    Tangier Island Potential for Fossils

    I will be visiting relatives in Williamsburg who want to take us out to Tangiers Island. I read that it is known as an excellent site to find arrowheads on the beaches, but I was wondering if anyone has any experience or knowledge of finding fossils there too? If so, what part of the island and what should I look for? I think the ferry time span is only 2 hours, and hmmm, I will be with 3 non-fossil people so I can't dig about for very long... Thanks!
  10. The 12th Annual Tallahassee Florida Fossil & Arrowhead Show will be held February 23, 2013. The show will be held at the Elks Lodge, 276 N. Magnolia Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. 8:00am - 3:00pm. Adult admission is $4.00, children under 16 are FREE. This is one of the premier Florida fossil & artifact shows that features fossils and artifacts not seen at any other shows. See below for a few pictures from past events. View www.PrehistoricFlorida.com/show for more pictures and details. Call Nate Curtis 850-591-2780 for more information. Prehistoric Florida will be displaying part of our
  11. sharkdentist

    Its Been Awhile

    Well guys its been a long time since I ave been on a fossil hunting trip......like 2 years........well times are getting better for myself an family and I was able to get out for the first time and hunt in summerville sc ........I was able to score a 4 1/2 inch and 4 inch wide megalodon pics of tooth to be posted very soon........I also was able to hit a spot where I hunt arrowheads and scored a few nice ones......so my question is to arrowheads knowledgeable folks do you see anything killer or of any value......I know my fossils just not artifact. Thanks.........and yes its good to be back
  12. autographcollector11

    What Are These? I Need Your Help Please :)

    Attached are pictures of 2 items. I posted one of them recently and received comments that it may have been a scraper or a flake knife. I included what I hope are better pictures of the front and back. I should note that it is extremely sharp. This was found in northern Illinois. The other one sure looks worked on both sides. There is a small recessed area on one side (may not be visible in the pictures)-almost perfect for a thumb. There appeared to be a tip that was broken off. The front (as I call it) contains the red dot-not sure what it is but right above it is some flaking that is evide
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