Red Hill, PA
This Devonian site in central Pennsylvania is one of a kind.  Fossils of  large predatory fishes and primitive amphibians and reptiles have been found here which make it an important scientific site.  DVPS members visit this site and collect many specimens of armored fish.  Members also donate rare finds to the Academy of Natural Science’s Red Hill Field Station.  You are finding very unique specimens.  For more information on Red Hill please visit the folllowing website http://www.devoniantimes.org/.

Here are a couple of our members looking for fossils.

One of the typical fossils found at Red Hill

Links to other DVPS Field Trip pages
18 Mile Creek, NY
St. Clair, PA
Aurora, NC
Ontario Province, Canada
Little Falls, NY
Northern VA
Deer Lake, PA

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Updated on 9/30/2007