The Hilda mega-bonebed is in the Dinosaur Park Formation, which is about 76-75 million years old. So, it is from the Late Cretaceous.
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That was not noted in the wikipedia list of fossil sites!
Creation vs. Evolution : How do Fossils Superpose?
Wiki list only sorted the tables after continent, so I made an extra sorting after periods, epochs, eras ... for fossil sites with only one and for such with more than one.
You helped me to correct a misplaced item!