The Remington Nature Center is releasing its latest exhibit-a donation of rocks and fossils, most of which were found locally. Various specimens include agates, gold, petrified wood, concretions, and jasper. Examples of fossils include shark teeth, crinoids, ammonites, brachiopods, corals, and a trilobite.
This exhibit was made possible by three local rock and fossil collectors who donated the items to the nature center. The exhibit is showcased in two new cases, and informational signage has been added to further explain the collection.
We are very fortunate to have this display, made possible by this donation," said Andrea George, manager of the Remington Nature Center. "These items will be enjoyed by so many of our visitors. They are wonderful examples of locally found items and should spark a lot of interest.