my latest publication, still at the printer, is a field-trip guidebook to the Steven C. Minkin Paleozoic Footprint Site. This is an important fossil site in Alabama, first discovered in 1999. It has been visited at least monthly since its discovery, but, strangely, no one wrote a guidebook for the site until Ron Buta and I did it this spring. The guidebook is available as a free PDF download or on paper for a few dollars from the Alabama Paleontological Society. The download has some color, but it is lower resolution. Also, you can't jot notes on it as easily.
To my mind, the coolest thing about this site is that there are so many cool things about it.
-oldest known examples of schooling and herding behavior
-early reptiles and amphibians living together
-insect and other arthropod body fossils
-diverse trace-fossil fauna
-literally thousands of specimens
-mix of aquatic and terrestrial species
-yields new unique specimens on a regular basis