Coming Soon on Allosaurus Roar!

Hello my dear Allosaurus Roar readers!

Now that the holidays are behind us, I am getting ready for another year of publishing blogs about dinosaur museums, tracksites and fossils across North America.  Thanks so much to all my visitors, I really appreciate you taking the time to read my posts!  I hope you find something interesting in them and perhaps even make a trip to one of the museums or tracksites I have written about.  I love to hear your thoughts on the blogs, don’t be afraid to leave comments!

This year I will add a short Monday feature called “Fossil of the Week” that will focus on just one particular fossil display.  Below you will find the AR publishing schedule for the next two months or so.  On March 14th I will celebrate the one-year anniversary of this blog with the new, updated 2017 rankings of Dinosaur/Prehistoric Fossil Museums in North America.  I will update the publishing schedule again when the current schedule is near completion.  Thanks so much for reading!

–John–

Upcoming:

Jan. 23, 2017: First “Fossil of the Week” blog.

Jan. 27, 2017: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA

Feb. 3, 2017: Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, near Shell, WY

Feb. 10, 2017: Beneski Museum of Natural History, Amherst College, Amherst, MA

Feb. 17, 2017: Mammoth Site of Hot Springs,  Hot Springs, SD

Feb. 24, 2017: Allosaurus Roar’s Top 12 Dimetrodon Displays

Mar. 3, 2017: Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, ON

Mar. 14, 2017:  AR’s Top 25 Dinosaur/Prehistoric Museums in North America 2017

A Tyrannosaurus looming over my son at the Morrison Natural History Museum, Morrison, CO.

A Tyrannosaurus looming over my son at the Morrison Natural History Museum, Morrison, CO.  Photo credit: John Gnida

About johngnida

Husband, father of two boys. Has traveled extensively while working for the last 15 years as a healthcare consultant. University of Michigan/Ann Arbor (B.A.) and Indiana University/Bloomington (M.A.) alum. Love dinosaurs and other prehistoric life, love to visit natural history museums.
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