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  1. Hello! I've been to the main digging site in the Blue Forest of Wyoming a couple of times but would like to try a couple of other sites there. Does anyone have the directions to the other digging areas? Thank you!
  2. Hi guys! I am looking for new areas to hunt for rocks and fossils around the KC area. I have been to the Blue river, Kansas river, Cedar creek, Tuttle creek, Perry Lake, Mill creek, and abandoned quarry areas. Anyone have any general locations of where I can find some stuff? I am an avid hunter for all sorts of fossils and rocks (rockhounding is my favorite past time)! I've had the most luck at the Kansas river and Perry lake. Some of my finds include cow skulls, cone coral, shells, agates, vertebrae, and a bunch of druzy quartz geodes and chalcedony. I ha
  3. FossilsandScience

    Amber?

    Hey everyone, I found this piece when searching for fossils in the White River Formation. I found it at a site that produces a lot of petrified wood. I didn't think it was anything when I first picked it up, but am now thinking it looks like amber. What are your thoughts? Thanks in advance!
  4. Fossil_teenager

    PG county (again)

    Ok I know I promised y’all some dinosaurs from Maryland. So here I go. I’ve seen a lot of posts lately about the Arundel formation and I’m glad that people are knowledgeable about Maryland’s past. Everyone wants to talk about Calvert cliffs and the stuff coming out of there and that’s great but it’s so rare to see someone talking about the dinosaurs that roamed Maryland 110 million years ago. Anyways, the amount of fossils I’ve found here is astounding, which is why this is going to be a long post. My finds from this area include petrified wood, plant material, dinosaur footprints, and dinosau
  5. FossilsandScience

    Petrified Wood Fossil Hunt!

    Hey everyone! I recently scouted out a new site in southern California and was very successful! We found a lot of petrified wood. I'm not going to be able to post everything, but here are some of the best pieces below!
  6. Found this 'interesting' rock that had appeared to have fallen down a cliff that me and my partner had scaled down. Thought it looked pretty neat and resembled petrified wood. However, I am definitely no expert here. The rock was found on an English Coastline in a place called Valley of The rocks in Lynton. Millions of years ago there was once a river at the coastline which is supposedly how the valley was formed. I believe there are quartz crystals in the rock too. Is it just a rock? I'm sure you guys get plenty of posts like these lol. Thankyou
  7. FossilsandScience

    Petrified Wood?

    Hey everyone, I found this rock, which looks like a chunk of petrified wood to me in Southern California. This piece was found a mile or less away from an area where I know petrified wood has been found. I'm not sure what the formation that I found it in is. Any response is appreciated. Thanks!
  8. Hello again Fossil Forum, Last week I posted a few pictures of what I thought might be fossil wood that I found on my property in Southeastern PA (Montgomery County, just over the Philadelphia County line). It seemed that it was possible that my rocks were fossils, but also maybe not... One helpful user suggested that I might polish some of the ends (hopefully crossections) of a few pieces. So below and in the next few replies I will post some pictures of a few pieces, for the polished parts I used a cabbing machine. I live at the bottom of a relatively steep hill and these pieces wer
  9. Hi everybody!! I am a new member, I first participated and discussed in the forum, my post if there are any shortcomings, please comment!!! I recently started learning and learning about fossil wood. In the last adventure, I found a very special piece and I really love it. They have the colors of years and glitter on the surface a lot ... give me your advice and thoughts on it !!! thanks
  10. Bone Daddy

    Peace River Petrified Wood?

    Inspired by @Harry Pristis's recent post in the member sales forum, I found this oddball in my sifter on monday's hunt. It's dense and mineralized. It "clanks" when you tap it. However, it has a very organic shape and a wood-grain texture. I have found the silicified white variety previously, but could this be an example of phosphatized or something other local variety of fossilized wood? I've found a lot of river-tumbled bone chunks and ivory chunks, but this one seems different. Not quite bone, not quite antler, not quite ivory, and I am fairly certain it's not just a rock.
  11. There was a piece of land sticking out between valleys of about 2000+ sq meters. I found there many various fossils. On that ridge sticking out, there was a rocky bed floor split in 2 or more & were cracked as an earthquake would do. Between them, I found this piece along with another, I posted earlier not far inside the crack. the 2 pieces I posted were not close to each other but rather in another crack near. this piece was deeper in the crack and it was broken as it fell back on my first try to pull it. The matrix below is woody and lightweight and can be broken. It is the same type of
  12. FossilsandScience

    What to use to cut Petrified Wood?

    Hey everyone, I have a ton of petrified wood that I would like to cut and polish, but I don’t know the proper tools to use. The largest piece is about 4” in width. Any ideas? Thanks!
  13. Walking my dogs in the canyon today behind my house and found this. It was on a dried up river bed next to an incline where the recent rains knocked a lot of stuff down. I’m located in in San Diego and found this is the mission valley area. Looking foward to learning a lot from this forum. I’m 23 and very new to fossil hunting but have gotten lucky a few times camping.
  14. fossilizedcorgi

    Triceratops horridus tooth

    Ladies and Gents, Another I.D. question for you guys. I have an I.D card with this one that claims that this is a triceratops horridus tooth with Edmontosaurus bones. Thanks
  15. UpSheepCreek

    Central Oklahoma

    I enjoy all types of fossils, rocks, & skulls. I've never hunted my own (except for hanging out in rock shops in Colorado!). I live in Chandler, OK & would love to learn about where I can go to hunt for my own fossils. Just an occasional outing once or twice a year. Any ideas?
  16. I took a morning trip to the North Sulphur River this morning in Ladonia, Texas. I found a beautiful piece of baculite, a few fossilized snail shells, a fish vertebrae, fossil shell cluster, and a nice, detailed piece of petrified wood or maybe coral?
  17. I found this right by the water in Jacksonville, fl in 2012. It looks just like a piece of petrified wood, you can see tree rings and bark. Its just that I found this already cut perfectly and its really weird to me. Does anyone have any knowledge or feedback as to how old it looks and as to why it was cut clean when I found it. Didn't have a measuring tape so, I set it in the middle of a 12x12 tile for an estimate.
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