Dinosaur Discoveries in Utah On Thursday's Access Utah with Jim Kirkland, Andrew Milner, Jerald Harris (radio audio)
Rising sea levels doomed stegosaurs
Ouranosaurus sail and importance of field notes
Dinosaur prints found in 1937 were 'the finest collection ever found in Pennsylvania'
Fossil enthusiasts assist scientists unearth ancient marine reptile in annual outback Queensland dig
Dino Days at Dead Horse Point in Utah with ReBecca Hunt-Foster
Three-day Dinosaur Festival in Romania this weekend
A short look at spinosaurs (in Czech)
Azhdarchid pelvis puzzle
Bozeman, Montana artist pens ‘epic’ graphic novel about dinosaurs
Videos (recent and not so recent)
How the Tyrannosaurs Ruled the World – with David Hone
The Royal Institution
Random Act of Anatomy - ostrich feet
Random Act of Anatomy - ostrich & Gallimimus feet.
Some other recent videos not yet mentioned (not necessarily dino-related)
Don Corrick- Big Bones in Big Bend
paleo-environments inside the Park, including the Cretaceous and Tertiary ages
Dylan Dewitt: Exploring the Natural History of Los Angeles (La Brea tar pits)
The Paleo Archive
Unfortunately, the commercial link I was emailed is likely to block this post because of the DML spam-blocking software, but querying the title should take you to the book for online purchase.
A quick summary:
Giant, spike toothed salmon and massive tortoises in California! 5 million years ago, California was a much different place, with some very weird animals. Go back in time and learn about the geology and paleontology of the Central Valley of California, with erupting volcanoes and rivers that flowed in the opposite direction from today. Learn about the amazing extinct wildlife, how these animals became fossils, and the paleontologists who discovered them. This concise, engaging, and well-illustrated book is suitable for all ages