[N] 2006 Signs of feeding prehistoric birds found in Alaska
Scientists have found fossilised depressions and footprints in Alaska\\\\\\\'s Denali National Park and Preserve in what is believed to be the first evidence of prehistoric wading birds probing for food. The tracks and the feeding marks found in rocks formed from freshwater sediments were 65 million to 70 million years old.
Geologists discovered the tracks and marks last summer, but confirmed the work over the winter after studying photographs and moulds. Denali National Park is an emerging hotbed of fossil findings. A team of geologists also discovered a fossilised footprint of a theropod