For all the surveying enthusiasts out there, here are a few pictures of Brian, our Surveyor, setting up the tri-pod, and putting points on the fossils in situ.
Here are a few maps that are created using the data from the survey points that are collected.
Gray Fossil Site Map
Map of Rhino Pit, "X"s denote the two rhinos
Map of Big Boy and Little Guy, found in Rhino Pit
In this week's episode we discuss what it was like to host the largest exhibit we as a museum will ever have. Below are some of the pictures documenting us unloading and setting up Sue the T-Rex. In some of the pictures you'll notice just how tight it really was getting her in.
The Red Panda from the mural in the main exhibit hall.
BIG RED (male)
"Big Red" in the field jacket
"Big Red" skull reconstructed
The Original Red Panda (female)
Sometimes you just have to be a Red Panda
A big thank you to our long time volunteer Wayne for sitting and chatting with us about his experiences here at the Gray Fossil Site!
Wayne (in the dark green shirt) was with us during the Space Jockey days, featured in Episode 11.
Here's Wayne (in the dark blue shirt) jacketing the baby Tapir.
Wayne (in the tan shirt and hat) doing some field work
Wayne (red shirt, next to Shawn) at one of our volunteer gatherings
Wayne picking through some of the sediment