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I’ll be visiting family in Goldsboro this spring and need some ideas of nearby locations to look for fossils. Regrettably I did not hunt for fossils while living there, so this will be my first excursion there. I’ve seen that the Neuse River produces some nice stuff, and luckily it’s practically in my parent’s backyard so it’ll be easy for me to access, but I’m unsure if there is a certain area I should be looking in. I’m also not opposed to going to nearby beaches for a day trip. Any and all suggestions are welcome and greatly appreciated.
Hi all, I plan on being in the Charleston SC area next week. I've seen some of the other posts about fossil hunting near where I am staying and I plan on going to those sites and tours. Anyone have any tips in general? Or places near Charleston that are worth visiting. I'm going to be staying at Isle of Palms, which is right next to Charleston. (If this has been posted before and I just looked over it a link is also much appreciated.) Thanks;
A few weeks ago I went to Florida with my family members and a few friends, where we searched endlessly for sharks' teeth. After searching some dunes after a big local storm hit our private beach, we had pretty good results. I was wondering if any of you readers could identify some of the shark teeth I found, but ignore the shark jaws and striped skunk skull, as well as the giant top left tooth, which is a replica, (they are just other items in my collection) also I've identified the three largest as Bull sharks' teeth, but I've never identified this many teeth before.
We are looking for good beach sites or dig sites we could take our daughter to this week in South Carolina or coastal Georgia. Our daughter is seven and we're looking for some sites that we won't have to get in the water to access due to the cooler weather approaching. We would like to hit some beaches or sites we could dig. Thanks.