Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Bald Eagle, Barn Swallow, Beaver, Black Bear, Black/Grey Wolf, Bison, Brown Bat, Bullock’s Oriole, Bull Snake, Calliope Hummingbird, Canada Goose, Cardinal, Caterpillar, Chipmunk, Cicada (Chip), Coyote, Crow, Eastern Kingbird, Elk, Golden Eagle, Great Blue Heron, Great Horned Owl, Grey Catbird, Grizzly Bear, Ground Squirrel, Grouse, Hairy Woodpecker (female), Horned Toad, House Wren, Jack-a-lope, Jack Rabbit (Bunneh), Jerusalem Cricket, Loggerhead Shrike, Marmot, Meadowlark, Moose, Mouse, Mule Deer, Night Hawk, Osprey, Pine Siskin, Pinyon Jay, Prairie Dog, Prairie Falcon (with trout), Pronghorn, Rattlesnake, Red Breasted Woodpecker, Red Fox, Red Winged Blackbird, Rock Wren, Rufous Hummingbird, Savannah Sparrow, Skunk, “Speedy” Lizard, Trout (being eaten by Prairie Falcon), Turkey Vulture, White Crowned Sparrow, White Tailed Deer, Wild Turkey
Friday, July 29, 2011
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Today we decided to go prospecting in the morning to see if the rain from the beginning of the season uncovered any new finds. Lamont found a tooth from a tenontosaurus and Dr. Storrs found a juvenile ankylosaur tooth. The morning’s activities made most people tired, so around noon we decided to make our way back to the Mother’s Day Site.
Sunday, July 24, 2011
With week two over, the participants are sad to leave. They removed many bones from the ground and found a couple large ones that the youth will have to get out next week. Two ulnas (forearm/elbow), several more vertebra, a couple of ribs, and more toes were removed. What could turn out to be a good sized humerus was exposed right before we had to leave the quarry yesterday. I am currently working on a scapula (shoulder blade) that is going to be rather large (it keeps going into the ground) and I will post pictures and update on its progress. The finally of the week was going to the pig races again, where Sophie got a real taste of the American West.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
The Cincinnati Dinosaur Field School would like to thank Charlie Howard and Goldstar Chili for their support of The Cure Starts Now (www.thecurestartsnow.org) and for giving participants the ability to come to the site. The Cure Starts Now is a great cause for fighting pediatric brain cancer and I recommend everyone to help out.
We would personally like to thank Charlie
Howard and Goldstar Chili for sending us many cans (48, I counted) of Goldstar chili; we will be well fed.