The Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite: This webpage contains information on on the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, a locality in north-central Wyoming that contains over 1000 tracks of a bipedal, medium-sized dinosaur. Learn about current research at the site, site paleontology, and how to visit the location.
Maryland Science Center Exhibits: This site details information on exhibits at the Maryland Science Center, including Dinosaur Mysteries (featuring a cast T. rex skeleton, models of Maryland's dinosaurs, and other exhibits), Fossil Quest, and TerraLink (highlighting geology and other earth sciences).
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm: The St. George Tracksite has numerous dinosaur tracks preserved at the bottom of a 3 foot-thick sandstone layer, as well as fossil plants, invertebrates, and fossil fish. From the Utah Geological Survey web site.
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm: This website includes images, an overview of exhibits, links to scientific publications on the site, and history of discovery for this locality with dinosaur trackways and other fossils.
Squatting Dinosaur Tracks at, the Johnson’s Farm: A vast number of tracks have been discovered at this site, including clear imprints of pelvis, tail and shuffling feet of a dinosaur, giving paleontologist the first evidence of a “squatting dinosaur.” From the Utah Geological Survey web site.