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Good day to you all,
This is the first of hopefully many notes that I will be sending far
and wide, to try and entice more vertebrate palaeontologists into the
field (or cliff) of dinosaur tracks. I myself am a convert from the
vertebrate hunting grounds of the Lower Cretaceous of the Isle of
Wight. As I am now tracking dinosaurs from the Middle Jurassic rocks
of the Yorkshire coast, England.
If you are a keen field-based palaeontologist who has spent time
hunting for that rare glimpse of fossil bone, you might just have
spotted the occasional oversized, Mesozoic 'bird track'! If you have spotted
any tracks, trackways, or have any views or ideas to be applied to this area,
please let me know.
P. L. Manning