so you can see firsthand as students and professors unearth many more amazing finds. This is truly a site of inspiration, an entry point into the mysterious world of the dinosaurs, and the very location where Dinoland's first fossil was discovered.
You’ll never know what “Find of the Day” will be discovered next and displayed out front.
A pirated radio station, taken over by two interns calling themselves Digger & Bonehead, plays dino themed music at the dig site.
Dr. Bernard Dunn doesn’t appreciate visitors opening the door to his on-site office. We learned this first-hand.
Want to learn more about the dinosaurs found here? Dig site notes and bulletin boards are around every corner.
You may spot a dino themed bicycle or even a “fossil recovery list” that has been re-purposed to playfully mock fellow grad students and faculty.
Once a popular fishing destination, a dam now blocks water from the site, occasionally opened for cleaning bones or cooling off.
cast from fossils discovered in Colorado, in 1900. The original is on display at the Chicago Field Museum.
A student named Animal had some fun with a marker, and a possibly ripped out page from an Institute book.
A near complete mammoth fossil is currently being unearthed!