Dry Dredgers Guest Book

Please sign our guest book. Feel free to tell us a little about yourself - your interest in fossils, what brought you to this web site, or anything else we might want to know. Please keep the subject matter to fossils, the Dry Dredgers, or the drydredgers.org web site.

Thanks.
Bill Heimbrock, Webmaster

Dry Dredgers Guestbook





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I'm in Louisville for a year and look forward to hunting fossils in Kentucky.

Added: August 2, 2015
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Great resource! I invite links to my galleries (for instance, Geology ABCs) and many other natural history themes and earth science Creative Commons-licensed photos and albums. Please have a look into subarcticmike's photostream on flickr.com
Cheers from the tundra
Mike


Added: June 30, 2015
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good site - excellent photos - they remind me I need to return to northern KY again for another couple days collecting.

Added: May 30, 2015
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Fantastic website. Love the class materials and identification info for fossils of your area. Do you have any publications for sale?

Added: April 25, 2015
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Very nice site with a lot of useful information, thanks

Added: March 30, 2015
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I am an amatuer paleontologist and have been collecting somewhat passively for many years.Would love to join your club and participate on field hunts.Thanks Ken

Added: February 23, 2015
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It looks like you have a great club !

Added: February 11, 2015
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Beginning collector and learner... :!thinking:

Added: January 22, 2015
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Been collecting since 1960s.Mrs Scott of Natural History museum shop was an early mentor. My grandson now has the fossil collecting bug.

Added: January 11, 2015
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I am an avid collector of all types Cincinnatian fossils. I especially like brachiopods, edrioasteroids, all echinoderms really, and epifauna. I have an extensive collection. I have donated to many museums and universities. I found the oldest known bioimmuration that now resides in the British Museum of Natural History. I currently live in Alabama and welcome contacts.

Added: November 11, 2014
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