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Diatryma track now on public display at WWU

The track of the extinct giant flightless bird Diatryma is now on public display at Western Washington University. The track can be found just inside the main entrance to the Environmental Studies Building. Read about the exhibit here on Northwest Geology Field Trips.

Diatryma track discoverers George Mustoe (left) and Keith Kemplin at the new display in WWU's ES building. Click to enlarge.

Racehorse Creek landslide field trip

A hiking field trip to the complex deep-seated Racehorse Creek landslide of January 7, 2009 is now available for your geological pleasure.