Last fall, I went hunting for fossils in this old railroad cut. I had the field notes from a 1972 expedition. Thanks to the earth science teacher at the 9th grade academy, I’ve found some interesting fossils in the few trips I’ve made. Yesterday, I ran into him again in between classes. He has a new place for me to look. It’s along the Erie Canal this time. The canal goes right through a rich vein of fossils. It’s only accessable during the winter, when the canal is empty.
Here is the Google map link for the new site.