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Two Big Feet and Jumping In: My First Days at Dinosaur Journey

My first days at Dinosaur Journey were fast, furious, and full of excitement – just the way I like it! When I arrived at Dinosaur Journey, the summer field season and Dino Dig program were already in full swing at the Mygatt-Moore Quarry. With the cooperation of the Bureau of Land Management and the untold hours of volunteer and dino digger work, a giant femur ofApatosaurus was nearing the end of its excavation. But before … Read More

More Big Femur Pull!

Our discovery in the news… Huffington Post, June 24, 2014 The Daily Sentinel, June 28, 2014  The Free Press, July 18, 2014 The Denver Post, July 21, 2014 National Geographic, July 21, 2014 CNN, July 24, 2014   Check out our videos of the pull on Facebook. Femur Pull – Part 1 Femur Pull – Part 2 Femur Pull – Part 3 You can also check out the Femur Pull Photo Album posted on Facebook here.  

Big Femur Pull

Volunteer Finds Massive Dinosaur Bone During Dig In Colorado The Huffington Post | By Macrina Cooper-WhiteJune 24, 2014 Think you need a fancy degree to do important scientific work? Think again. This week scientists confirmed that a huge dinosaur bone unearthed on a dig in Colorado is the largest apatosaurus femur ever discovered — and it was found not by professional paleontologists but by a volunteer named Kay Fredette. “Dorothy and I were working on some … Read More