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By Alex Ross 

Hi-Line Living: 36 years of bones, digging and history

Reddings earn international paleontology award


December 9, 2016

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

For 36 years, the "yard" of Dan and Lila Redding has been a campsite and classroom for young paleontologists.

"Our backyard is literally covered with dinosaur bones," Redding said.

The 25,00 acres of badlands owned by the Reddings of Rudyard has served as a field station where aspiring paleontologists go to dig for the remains of dinosaurs.

The Reddings were recognized for their continued work with those in the paleontology community this October, when they were presented with the Morris Skinner Award at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology's 76th annual meeting in Salt Lake City, an...

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