Welcome to the home page of the Paleontological Society of Austin,
Texas. We have just recently moved to this URL. If you cannot
find something that existed on texaspaleo.com, send email to
Purpose: The PSoA is a scientific, non-profit community-based organization devoted to the study of fossils. Our goals are: advancing the state of the science, educating the public, and collecting and identifying fossil specimens. Activities include:
Normally 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM
But always check the calendar
Austin Gem and Mineral Society (map)
6719 Burnet Lane, Austin, TX 78757
The public is invited.
Looking for fossils to collect or just to admire? Follow this link and select Texas from the pulldown list for a map to Austin and Texas fossil localities, organizations, museums, and events.
Educational games and activities on the web for children.
First full weekend in December
Dec 7 & 8, 2013
Indoors at Old Settler's Association Headquarters
Highway 79, Round Rock, TX
(3 miles east of IH-35, next to Dell Diamond)
Starting in Fall 2011, Friends of Big Bend National Park set out to raise $1 million in the coming years to create the Fossil Discovery Trail - a new exhibit space and interpretive trail at the existing Fossil Bone Exhibit site. You can help!
PSoA is affiliated with
South Central Federation
of Mineral Societies &
American Federation of Mineral Societies