Date/Time
16 Jul 2021 - 17 Jul 2021

Location
Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park

Remaining spaces: 20

Minimum total sponsorship per participant: $80 for the hike and presentation, $40 for the presentation only

Distance: 7.5 km
Elevation: 150m
Expected time: 4 hours
Difficulty: some
experience recommended

This is a two-part adventure combining an online presentation and an interpretive hike through the impressive badlands of Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park. This is an exclusive opportunity to virtually meet Dr. François Therrien, Curator of Dinosaur Palaeoecology at Royal Tyrrell Museum and attend his special presentation on the “Albertosaurus Bonebed of Dry Island.” The presentation will be enjoyed the evening of July 16, 2021 on your computer from the comfort of your home. The following day there will be an interpretative hike to the Albertosaurus bonebed and other sites at Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park.

Coordinator

Rob and Tjarda Barratt, and Christyann Olson