Welcome to the RMDRC’s paleo lab blog. We’re a working preparation, molding, casting and mounting lab in Woodland Park, Colorado. This blog is intended to give you a glimpse at more of the projects we’re working on both here and in the field than what we’re able to show in the monthly newsletter. Constructive […]
Pronounced (DRO-mee-o-SAWR-us) Dromaeosaurus albertensis is one of the rarest theropods from the American west. They were closely related to Velociraptor but significantly larger reaching lengths in excess of 6 feet. Known only from a collection of partial skeletons, this specimen represents the latest interpretation of its anatomy.
Fork and scissor lifts carefully placed skeletal pieces of an Apatosaurus Friday at the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center in Woodland Park. This giant 3D skeleton stretches 80 feet long and stands 17 feet high in the atrium of the RMDRC. The Apatosaurus is only one of over 30 specimens on exhibit at the center. […]
Check out the article in the Colorado Springs Gazette, March 30, 2014 edition.
Fascinating. An excellent place. Ranks above any dino museum I’ve seen. – Nancy By far our best natural history experience ever and I look for these! Had no idea you were here until our nearby Chapita Park hosts recommended it. Stephens energy & knowledge were phenomenal – best guide EVER! Thank you! I’ll be telling […]