A prime example is the Archaeopteryx. The feathers on this proto bird have not been damaged in any way. Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that it was not transported far before settling to the bottom of the lagoon and was buried (modified from Page et. al., 1989).
This feather is also undamaged so was not transported far. One can still see the fine hair-like features as at the base of the feather (modified from Page et. al., 1989).