23 Jun Dinosaur Researchers Digging for 200 Million-Year-Old Lizard, Dinosaur Bones
Researchers from the Fundy Geological Museum in Parrsboro will be conducting a special fossil dig from June 24 to June 28.
Small bones of 200 million-year-old lizards from the Jurassic Period are being exposed along the Bay of Fundy. Many of the fossils at the site are small and appear to represent small lizards or young dinosaurs. The dig is being led by Tim Fedak, museum curator.
A special public tour of the research site at Wasson Bluff will take place on Saturday, June 25. The tour, beginning at 10:30 a.m., leaves from the museum, 162 Two Islands Rd.