Ordovician fossils of the Nashville, Tennessee region: Site lists the reported fossils from Middle and Upper Ordovician rocks of the Nashville Dome in central Tennessee.
The Pleistocene Fauna of South Texas: An annotated fossil list, with photographs of specimens, of late Pleistocene fossils from South Texas.
The Burgess Shale fossils: This site provides a description of the Burgess Shale and its stratigraphy, the Walcott quarry, and prominent fossil specimens (with photos) from this famous British Columbia locality.
Champlain Sea Fossils: A 1994 site on marine fossils from the Champlain Sea, an epicontinental ephemeral sea which filled most of the Ottawa-St.Lawrence-Lake Champlain basin at the end of the last continental glaciation (8000-11000 years ago).
Fossils of Nova Scotia: The Joggins Fossil Cliffs: This site summarizes the discovery and history of the famous Joggins fossil site in Nova Scotia, known for its diverse collection of Carboniferous flora and fauna including some of the world’s oldest reptiles.
The Parrsboro Fossil Site: This site describes Nova Scotia's Parrsboro fossil site which has yielded over 100,000 vertebrate bones from rocks deposited just after the Triassic-Jurassic extinction boundary. It is the largest collection of vertebrate bones found from the Jurassic in North America and is comprised mostly of small animals which lived in the area following the Triassic-Jurassic extinction.
An Introduction to the Geological History of Nova Scotia: This site provides a thorough examination of Nova Scotia's geologic history, with the information being downloadable in pdf format.
Pseudofossils: This illustrated guide to pseudofossils on the Falls of the Ohio State Park website helps you to tell the difference between a real fossil and a pseudofossil, a rock that only looks like a fossil.
Devonian Corals of the Falls of the Ohio and Surrounding Areas: Descriptions and photos of some of the corals to be found at the Falls of the Ohio State Park.
Fossils At Red Rock Canyon State Park, California: This site is devoted to the paleontology, geology, and natural history of Red Rock Canyon State Park, California; many images of fossils, scenic images of the park, plus images of wildflowers.