HI everybody, here's a good hunting story for ya. In the early 70's, I was hunting sandy blow out areas in Western Kansas when I came upon a large ant den. I noticed several pieces of flint shining in the sun. The pieces of flint turned out to be four side notched birdpoints. There were 2 Harrell points, 1 Reed point and 1 wa****a point. All four points were perfect. I guess when these ants built their dent, they brought the points up to the surface. Who would ever think of ants being point diggers. Anyway, since that time, when out surface hunting, I always check out the ant dents. Haven't found anything in an ant den since. Good hunting to you all.
ANTS are also excellent FLINT CUSTODIANS....I have had BRILLIENT SUCESS underneath fire ant condos that kept other diggers away from that zone, in one case 5 full points!!!
Another story I know for a fact [ I personally knew the one guy ] two guys exploring along a creek checked over an armadillo throw pile, sure enough all the right evidence ON FLAT TERRAIN. In Cent TX, Indian "mounds" is a misnomer...thousands of years of sediment, top soil, downpours makes the surface level.
Turned out this site was over an acre in scale and they quitely "mined" it for over a year.