Are you ready to head out Fossil Collecting and wondering where to go? There are likely fossils beneath your feed or within a few hours of where you are right now. If you are out fossil hunting, look for fossils in sedimentary rock — sandstone, limestone and shale — where the surface has been eroded away or scraped clean by a glacier, cleaved by road cuts, construction sites, rivers or the ocean. You may want to join a local paleontological or geological society. Some groups offer field trips with folk who've been to the fossil sites before and can offer great advice. I've put a link to some great paleo groups on the Fossil Huntress Blog ARCHEA at www.fossilhuntress.blogpost.com. There are a number of field trip guides there, too! You may also want to do a Google search & contact your local museum or university to find a group near you.
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