Ethan Warner-Cowgill

Ethan Warner-Cowgill


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Published on Nov 08, 2023

Extraordinary Discoveries

The results of our 3-week expedition to collect vertebrate fossils from the Almond Formation of Wyoming was an extraordinary success. The highlights of the season included the collection of an enor...

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Published on Jun 07, 2023


Thanks to all of you for your contributions to our project. We are especially grateful to fans of Danny Anduza's 'Paleontologizing' for their outstanding contributions. This work has the potential ...

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Published on Sep 08, 2022

The Tid Bits.

While excavating the huge hadrosaurid femur we found some other interesting little fossils. Among these are numerous little scales from large 'gar' or 'pike' fish. Also associated with the site are...

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Published on Sep 02, 2022

Evacuating a dinosaur

We exposed the femur jacket from last year and it seems to be in good shape! We're hoping that the high altitude winter didn't do too much damage to the specimen, but we will have to wait for prepa...

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Published on Sep 01, 2022

A Gigantic Beast

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Published on Aug 31, 2022

Skull Puzzle

After our extensive prospecting trip June, I was very eager return to Wyoming and poke around. With excavation permits in hand, we were finally allowed to begin making some headway in excavating la...

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Published on Jul 04, 2022

Good news!

Our excavation permits, the formal permissions which allow us to dig pits large enough to exhume whole skeletons, have just been approved by the Bureau of Land Management. This means that when we r...

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Published on Jun 20, 2022

End of Phase I

All,The unpredictable weather, the blizzard of people coming and going, and the rivers of amazing discoveries have kept me from uploading consistent lab notes to this page for many days. To boot, m...

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Published on Jun 12, 2022

Days 14 and 15: More!

The ceaseless search continues. Yesterday we succeeded in retrieving a large dinosaur limb bone from the top of a tall cliff. Just around the corner we discovered another site containing multiple b...

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