A new avimimid flock

In 2016 I led a study that described the first oviraptorosaur bonebed, from the Nemegt locality in Western Mongolia. We described an assemblage of as many as 22 individuals of a small animal called Avimimus, which we later determined to be a separate species. Excavating the Nemegt Avimimus bonebed in 2016 One of the peculiarities …

The next adventure

It's been nearly a year since I last posted, and what a year it's been! I wrote and defended my PhD thesis (which took up most of my time), submitted a couple papers and grant applications, and still managed to find a bit of time for fieldwork. My thesis is now 100% complete, and I'll …

Lone Spruce Trackway

It's been a while since I posted anything, because I've been busy since returning from Mongolia. Short video to get you started: As part of our fieldwork in the Horseshoe Canyon Formation, we're always looking for new sites and exciting projects. These footprints were found in 2017 by Mark Powers, whose previous encounters with footprints …