Here, you can comb the gravel for Montana agate or travel to the badlands along Hell Creek, where paleontologists have found dinosaur remains. The book, by rockhound and educator Robert Feldman, contains information on the sapphire mines along the Missouri River near Helena, the limestone caves in the Pryor Mountains, as well as brief histories of mining at Butte and other locations. Even novices can find their way to crystals, garnets, geodes, and fossilized wood. You'll discover remote mountain streams where you can pan for gold or hunt for fossils. <i>Rockhounding Montana</i> covers popular and commercial areas as well as many little known sites on public land. The book gives directions, includes a glossary, maps, and directories to museums, rock shops, and rock clubs. With this book, the beginner finds a complete introduction to this fascinating hobby, and the expert discovers an excellent sourcebook. Don't forget to bring this book along on your next geological journey.