There is always this one in Southern Alberta Ė The Buzzard Coulee meteorite that fell Nov 20 2008, they are still actively hunting the area which is mostly natural prairie grass and uncultivated..
I am not sure if this has been posted here or not, but here is an online interactive listing of most CND known meteorites
As to Whitecourt, I have been up the last two weekends, I have recovered dozens of additional meteorites. The largest is 42 grams, and after roughly three weekends or just over 40 hours of onsite searching time I am getting close to a pound of samples.. And again, this is just about the best place I have ever found to learn my Garrett GTI 2500..
The snow and frost are gone, its mostly dry ground, the green is just underway - and the conditions here donít get any better. (aside from the extreme fire risk Ė donít plan on any fires) You have 1-3 weeks before it becomes very tough to swing a coil at this location.
I am likely going up again this weekend (May24), for the last time of the season.. I am happy to provide any directions to the site, answer any questions or guide people onsite if needed.. Itís only a few km by quad from where I am staging so I could even be persuaded to take an extra trip or two to the site to ferry a quad-less person(s) who have their own detecting gear and really wants to get onsite. (and donít expect to leave the site until itís close to sundown)
Whatever you do, enjoy the long weekend!
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