We have been collecting dinosaurs in many locations in the United States, with a very large focus on our site in South Dakota. We have been collecting at this site since 1995. We mostly find the bones of the late Cretaceous dinosaur Edmontosaurus annectens. This site is a treasure of Cretaceous bones from the end of the dinosaur era. We believe this area was the remains of several events that happened during this period, resulting in the death and very quick burial of these animals. This huge dinosaur was up to 45′ long and lived in large herds. With the adult dinosaur bones we find, we also find juvenile and sub adult bones, indicating that these large animals probably traveled in large family herds.
We also find traces of other dinosaurs including ankylosaurs, ceratopsians, raptors, and teeth of the formidable dinosaur Tyrannosaurus rex!
Below are a few photos from our collecting trips….