New Lenox paleontologist creating 3-D maps of historic Jurassic site

A historic dinosaur site is getting a second look – and possibly a second hypothesis of how the bones got there.


Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry Open for 2016 Season

The Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office announces the 2016 season opening of the Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry on March 24. The Quarry will be open this spring season Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a $5 per adult fee for admission to the site to help cover a portion of the operating costs. The restrooms, buildings, and path to the covered quarry are wheelchair-accessible.


What Killed the Dinosaurs in Utah’s Giant Jurassic Death Pit?

Utah is dinosaur country—so much so that the state has a scenic byway system called the Dinosaur Diamond that connects ancient final resting places across the desert. But among the sites holding preserved tracks and dusty fossils, one boneyard stands out as a 148-million-year-old mystery: the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry.