The Dinosaur Society is non-profit corporation founded
to benefit dinosaur research and education. Dinosaurs are
a key to science education and a vibrant field of scientific
inquiry. Yet less than $1,000,000 per annum is presently
spent worldwide on field research on dinosaurs. By creating
exhibits, publishing popular and technical works, sponsoring
research, programs, and trips, and advising upon and creating
educational products, the Dinosaur Society aims to further
dinosaur science worldwide.
One of its missions is to provide a means of ensuring the public's
access to accurate information about dinosaurs; toward that end,
the Society reviews and recommends literature dealing with
dinosaurs. (This list of books is available on request from the
Associated with the Dinosaur Society is the Dinosaur
Club (for children), membership in which includes 12 monthly
issues of Dino Times ("All the news that's old."),
poster, sticker, and certificate.
For information on family dinosaur expeditions, membership in
the Dinosaur Club, or adult membership in the Dinosaur Society
(and receiving the quarterly Dinosaur Report) call or write:
The Dinosaur Society, Inc.
200 Carleton Avenue
East Islip, NY 11730