The Ancient Echoes Interpretive Center has been having a successful, busy summer. The new feature of a 32 foot long Tylosaurus aged at 72 million years old is now on display to the public, and has been a huge hit with children and adults alike all summer long. This specimen was found near Rush Lake, North of Lake Diefenbaker buried under litterally tons of wet clay! Be sure to come out enjoy the great giant, but hurry, it's only at the Interpretive Center for a limited time!
Laura Long, an employee with Ancient Echoes talked with West Central Online about some of the upcoming events. On August 3rd a "flint napper" will be demonstrating how stone tools were crafted and made. From August 19th through August 22nd there will be a Paleontologist dig happening at the center. Laura also noted to remind people if they wanted to participate in the dig, they are currently looking for volunteers.
If you would like to volunteer at the Ancient Echoes Interpretive Center for the dig, check out their facebook page here.
Or you can check out their website, here.
Or, you can call 306-377-2045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org