Dry Dredgers Field Trip
June 12, 2004
The Search for Noids, Pods, and Zoas! 2004

Page 2: Trammel Fossil Park

The site of our fossil adventure was the new Trammel Fossil Park, in Sharonville, Ohio. The Dry Dredgers wish to thank the R.L. Trammel Family for donating this land as a fossil hunting site.   

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There were signs and displays on the site to explain many of the fossils found here.

In the center is a really interesting pavilion in the shape of a rare fossil called an Edrio. The fossil park was made famous for this fossil type. 
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Next Page: Young Paleontologists At Work

Table of Contents

Page 1: Introduction
Page 2: Trammel Fossil Park
Page 3: Young Paleontologists At Work
Page 4: More Fossil Collecting Photos
Page 5: Fossils Found!
Page 6: Contest Winners
Page 7: The Dry Dredgers Helpers

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