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427 Sixth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

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The Alabama Museum of Natural History travels to the Black Belt of Alabama in search of vertebrate and invertebrate fossils from the Cretaceous Age. Participants should be prepared to get wet and muddy as we wade through shallow streams to collect shark teeth and other marine fossils from streambed gravel deposits. All participants 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to terrain and length of the trip, children five-years-old and younger are not recommended to attend.

 

Trip Price

Trips are $35 per person. The price includes roundtrip transportation from the museum to the site. A total of 30 spaces are available.

 

Meeting Place

We will gather at the Alabama Museum of Natural History, load into our vans, and caravan to the site. The museum will provide transportation to the site and the return to the Alabama Museum of Natural History.
 

The Alabama Museum of Natural History is located in Smith Hall on The University of Alabama campus. The street address is 427 Sixth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487. Check out our Directions page for step-by-step directions and parking and public transit info.

 

Refund Policy

In the event of a trip cancellation on the part of the museum, either (1) a transfer of previously paid registration to an alternate trip day or (2) a full refund will be offered.

In the event of trip cancellation on the part of the registrant, participants will be either (1) refunded 50% of their registration fee up to three business days prior to the planned trip or (2) a transfer of previously paid registration to an alternate trip day. No refunds will be offered less than three business days before the reserved trip.

 

For More Information

For full details or questions, please call 205-348-6383.

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