Posted by: Karin Hoffman, Communications
On Saturday, March 7th from 10 am – 4 pm the Burke presents the 24th annual Dino Day. The star this year is Triceratops! Come learn about where it lived, what it ate, and who tried to eat it. Crack open a rock with Stonerose Interpretive Center, draw a dinosaur with illustrator Mark Orsen and watch Burke scientists extract fossils from rock right before your eyes. Here’s a little fossil preparation preview with Bruce Crowley, Burke fossil preparator, as he works on triceratops horns that will be on display for the first time at Dino Day.