THE LANGHEINRICH FOSSIL PRESERVE & LANGS FOSSILS RECOMMENDS THESE EDUCATIONAL AND REFERENCE PALEONTOLOGY SITES, FOR VISITORS WHO WOULD LIKE TO DISCOVER MORE ABOUT FOSSILS AND PALEONTOLOGY.

 

 

NEW YORK PALEONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY   Founded in 1970, and holding regular meetings in New York's American Museum of Natural History     

OCEANS OF KANSASOCEANS OF KANSAS  A large and fascinating site with hundreds of pages of photographs and articles about fossils of America's long-vanished inland's seas.

 

The following is a list of fine institutions — with interesting and useful web sites — that we have had the pleasure of visiting, donating material to, or working with:

 

THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY   New York, N.Y.

SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY  Washington, D.C.

ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM   Ontario, Canada 

BLACK HILLS INSTITUTE OF GEOLOGICAL RESEARCH    Hill City, South Dakota

THE STERLING HILL MINING MUSEUM  Ogdensburg, New Jersey

PENN DIXIE PALEONTOLOGICAL & OUTDOOR EDUCATION CENTER   Hamburg, New York

HERKIMER DIAMONDS AT THE ACE OF DIAMONDS    Diamond mine and campground in Middleville, New York

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MUSEUM OF PALEONTOLOGY    CALIFORNIA