Forever the King

The Tyrannosaurus rex dominated the late Cretaceous—and it has dominated our imaginations ever since it was identified in 1902. In honor of the tyrant lizard king, the U.S. Postal Service [...]

Dino Shindig July 24-25, 2021

The 9th Annual Dino Shindig at the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka is now offering virtual attendance through Facebook and YouTube. Paleo enthusiasts of all ages can choose to attend the Dino [...]

Under the Surface

During the Cretaceous Period (between 145 to 65 million years ago), a huge inland sea split the North American continent in two. This Western Interior Seaway happened to run directly through what [...]


Courtesy of the Montana Dinosaur Trail Albertosaurus TYPE (CLASS): Tyrannosaur (theropod dinosaur) ADULT LENGTH: 30 feet ADULT WEIGHT: 2 tons LIVED IN: Alberta and Montana FUN FACT: Albertosaurus [...]

Paleo Artist Jenn Hall

Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? They’re stunning in size, they’re impressive in structure, and they’re altogether mysterious. Even after two hundred years of excavation and study, man has hardly [...]

Montana Paleontology Top Ten

Montana is at the epicenter of numerous paleontological discoveries. As you explore the Treasure State, keep your eyes peeled for exhibits and displays related to this “Montana Paleontology Top [...]

The Montana Dinosaur Trail

we forget how blessed we are in Montana. Not every state has its own Glacier or Yellowstone. Few states can compete with the abundance of wildlife here or rival our picturesque scenery. Marvelous [...]

C.M. Russell Stampede

Stanford Saturday, July 18 9am: JB Fit Club Fun Run 3pm: Free Stampede Music Fest 4pm: Kids Stickhorse Rodeo with Miss Rodeo Montana 5-7pm: Western BBQ 5:30pm: CMR Quick Finish & Auction [...]

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