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If you would like your site to be included as a link with your URL - -   Fun fossil facts for kids - British Geological survey Fossils and geological time
This is the society to which I am a member. Full details of all the societies activities, fieldtrips and projects are updated on a regular basis (webmaster)Tony Mitchell EDNA is a fully searchable database of all the insect species named from the fossil record. At present it contains reference, geological, geographical and taxonomic data on 23500 species and their synonyms.
(webmaster) John Taylor


The Kent Group of the Geologists' Association
(webmaster)David Jolly
Fossiles albiens du bassin Anglo-Parisien, in French, but a very interesting parallel site to Jims Site below. (If your interested in ammonites worth a visit)

(Webmaster) Jim Craig

maintained by Fred Clouter

This site is dedicated to the fossils of the lower Cretaceous Albian (Gault Clay and Folkestone Beds) in the county of Kent, South-East England. In particular the beautifully preserved faunas of the Gault Clay are illustrated and identified. (excellent site, visiting it is a must)
(Webmaster) Robert Randell
BRITISH CHALK FOSSILS a guide to the fossils of the British Chalk, designed as an educational resource for amateurs and those with a more specialist interest.
Alister (UKGE)
Fossils and geology from around the UK, including where to find, what to look for and how to access. Includes a large database of photos.(excellent site)
Alister (UKGE)
Deposits Magazine - The Magazine on Fossils, Geology & Minerals. Deposits is both a printed and online magazine featuring articles by high profile authors.
(Webmaste)Roy Shepherd
Site dedicated to detailing where to find fossils for experts andbeginers alike( excellent site)
(webmaster) Alan Morton
A Collection of Eocene and Oligocene Fossils webmaster Henrik Madsen Vestjysk Rock Club for amateur geologists. Danish website with very interesting fossil images.
Monkton nature reserve - Thanet
A 16 acre site set inside an abandoned chalk quarry on the Isle of Thanet in East Kent. The reserve is managed by the Thanet Countryside Trust. There are over 250 species of flowering plant including 7 types of orchid. 22 species of butterfly have been recorded, and innumerable other species of insect, mammal and bird-life. The reserve is home to the first artificial bat cave to be constructed in the UK. The bat cave, or hibernaculum is normally only in use in the winter months.