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Royal Tyrrell Museum Dinosaur Tour

I was asked to post this on DinoDigest in case any readers might be interested.


 Join Dr. Philip Currie and staff from the Royal Tyrrell Museum of
Palaeontology for a 9 day Dinosaur Tour through Utah and Colorado. Visit
some of the most famous dinosaur quarries (including the site of Utahraptor)
and research facilities in North America with one of the world's leading
dinosaur paleontologists. This fascinating trip through time will include
stops at:

 Utah Field House, Dinosaur National Monument, Fruita Paleontological Area,
Riggs Hill and Dinosaur Hill, Colorado National Monument, Dinosaur Valley,
Dry Mesa Quarry, Mesa Verde, Arches National Monument, Cleveland Lloyd
Quarry and many more sites!

 Dates: June 7-16, 1996.

 Cost to participate: Adults (18 and over): $1,300.00 U.S. ($1740 Can)
single occupancy. $1100.00 U.S. ($1470 Can) double occupancy.

 To register contact Kim Herman at (403) 823-7707. Fax: (403) 823-7131.
 Email: rtmp@dns.magtech.ab.ca

 Price includes all hotel accomodation, motorcoach transportation, entrance
to all facilities, sites and National Parks, guidebook, souvenit T-shirt,
and lunches. Participants are responsible for their own travel to and from
Salt Lake City, and their breakfast and supper.

 Payment: 50% of payment is required at time of booking. Balance due May 7,

 Cancellation/refunds: An administration fee of $50.00 (U.S.) per
participant will be withheld on cancellations made more than 2 weeks prior
to the date of departure. No refund is offered if cancellation occurs two
weeks or less to the date of the program.

  ******* The information sheet provided to me gives two different departure
dates, I'll post the correct one as soon as I find out*******

 Darren Tanke, Technician I, Dinosaur Research Program, Royal Tyrrell Museum
of Palaeontology, Drumheller, AB, Canada. Paleo Interests: fossil
identification, collection and preparation, centrosaurine ceratopsians,
Upper Cretaceous vertebrate faunas of North America and East Asia,
paleopathology; senior editor on annotated bibliography of extinct/extant
vertebrate dental pathology, osteopathy and related topics (9,657 entries as
of April 14, 1996).

Osteopathy Bibliography Homepage at: http://dns.magtech.ab.ca/dtanke