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Re: Bird Evolution

Hello.Might get out that way this summer.Interested in your 
correspondence. I'm a College of Charleston student with about 15 years 
worth of experience digging Oligocene whales and turtles ( along with 
some pretty large sloths ).Is this dig still on? If not, are there some 
sites I can visit without stepping on anyone's toes?


Stephen Faust                   smfaust@edisto.cofc.edu

On Mon, 10 Mar 1997 dis@gj.net wrote:

> MFHanson@aol.com wrote:
> > 
> > >       I'm running a trip to dig in the Mid-Cret. on the AZ/NM border
> > >in mid Sept.,  All new dinosaurs!! We just ot this trip organized.
> > 
> > Jim- This sounds really exciting.  I am planning a move to
> > Arizona..specifically Tucson.. in the near future..within four years.
> > Who is working with you on this dig?  Any one from Arizona?
> The project is cosponcered by the Mesa Southwest Museum, which be 
> represented by my good friend Doug Wolfe, an expert on the Cret. in the 
> region. We had found Turonian sites in this area back in 1984 and at my 
> urging Doug went back in to find new dinosaurs. And he did!
> > 
> > I wonder how my principal would react to my telling her that I wanted two
> > weeks off in September!!  How about calling in sick for two weeks?
> Love to have you along.
> > This is all tax-deductable isn't it?!!
> > Your accountant figures that out. I know the portion for the hotel and 
> food is not much of the rest is as we are a not-for-profit org. Teacher 
> recertification credit availible. Call 1 (800) 344-3466 and they will 
> send you all the info.
> Jim K.