Here are some photographs of our friends and their favorite fossils, artifacts, and glacial erratics. Click on thumbnail to enlarge their photo.
2016 Cuylar "MukTuk" Whalon with his first fossil find
2016 Payton Little discovers a megafauna fossil on her first float
2016 Scuba diving on a rainy day: a mammoth tooth and a peice of tusk ivory
2016 Raven Graham on her second river float: the distal end of a mammoth leg bone
2016 John Syring with a partial mammoth tooth from a snorkeling float
2016 Hailey Blue: second float of the summer and a piece of mammoth fossil
2016 Our first ever fossil of a deer shed antler
2016 Joanie Livermore, bison hunter, with her first bison tooth find
2016 Mike Full discovers another bison horn core
2016 Hailey Blue with an artifact: a broken pestle
2016 Sam Keikkala discovered an absolutely beautiful Columbian mammoth atlas vertebera
2016 Debra Shannon found a partial pelvis fossil from an as yet unidentified ice age beast
2016 Cory Schott found a bison calf metacarpal on his first ever float!
2016 Linda Repplinger: first float, first piece of fossil ivory
2016 First day for Clayton Wengert and another find: preform of a projectile point
2016 Clayton Wengert discovers a perfect fossil elk metacarpal!
2016 First day, first fossil: Clayton Wengert finds a fossil horse tooth
2016 Andy Fujii with a piece of a mammoth we found while snorkeling
2015: Jaden Deckard found a bison horn core on the South Yamhill River
2015: Jazmine Deckard with her find, a partial mammoth vertebra from the South Yamhill River
2015: Megafauna pelvis from SCUBA dive; bison or camel.
2015: A mammoth tooth from the South Yamhill River
2015: North America Research Group"s Richard Kimbell finds a baby mastodon tooth on the North Yamhill River
2015: Peter Cvijanovic with a bison molar from the South Yamhill River
2015: Woodburn High School teacher David Ellingson finds a partial deer cranium while snorkeling the South Yamhill River
2015: Mike Full finds a bison femur on the South Yamhill River
2014: Taka Fujii and a bison tooth from the South Yamhill River
Zoey Fujii with her great find: a horse tibia
Aimee Chan discovers a piece of tusk ivory in 2014
Mike Full with a horse tooth from the South Yamhill River
Vince and Barbara May display the Mammoth axis vertebra they discoved in 2014
Kellie and Rudy with a piece of tusk ivory from our 2014 river float
NARG member Debra Shannon displays the mastodon tusk she found in the South Yamhill River
Kimberly Blue shows the proximal end of a horse tibia from our 2014 river float
Mike Full does a "Happy Dance" after finding a tusk stub in 2014
NARG member Richard Kimbell shows off the projectile point he discovered in the South Yamhill River
David Ellingson with a cervid humerus he found in the South Yamhill River, 2014
Cinthia and Joanie with a bison vertebra and mammoth vertebra they found on our August 2013 South Yamhill River float
David Ellingson finds a mammoth rib
Win McLaughlin examines a crude projectile point from our August, 2013 South Yamhill River float
John Syring made a great find: a Pleistocene bison femur
Dan Cole with his first find: a Pleistocn horse tooth.
Verna and Sarah share their find: a mammoth rib from their Aubust 2013 Yamhill River Float
Lyn Merrill with a rare find: a Cascade phase projectile point from our August, 2013 South Yamhill River float.
Mike Full with a cascade point from the South Yamhill River
Zoey Fuji and a projectile point from our 2013 river float!
Mammoth hunters show off two pieces of rib from our August, 2013 South Yamhill River dives.
Lorena and Blair show off the horse tooth from our 2013 South Yamhill River float
Raven Graham and a fossil bison rib from our 2013 South Yamhill River float
Duane Crimmins with his mammoth tooth from the North Yamhill River
McMinnville High School teacher Cory Eklund with a sloth tooth from Kings Valley
North American Research Group's Richard Kimbell displays a sloth scapula from the South Yamhill River
Lyle Hubbard's first find, a tusk section from the South Yamhill River
Joanie Livermore with a mammoth tooth plate from the South Yamhill River
Lisa Ripps and a mastodon pelvis from the South Yamhill River
Marvin Reken shows off his mammoth rib from the South Yamhill River
Max Gilpin proudly displays a sloth humerus from the South Yamhill River
Caren Anderson displays a sloth tooth from Kings Valley
Chris Anderson carefully removes a section of a sloth scapula from the dig at King's Valley
Forest Grove school teacher Sherry Logan's first find: a sloth rib from Kings Valley
Ted Leonard and his sloth femur from Kings Valley
First time at a dig! Rose displays her first find, a baby mammoth tooth!
McMinnville High School students Amanda and Sofi with toe bones from the McMinnville Mammoth
The 2011 Linfield College crew unearth a zygomatic arch from a giant sloth in Kings Valley
The 2012 Linfield College crew shows off a lumbar vertebra from the McMinnville Mammoth