RANGELY I On Feb. 3, Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) President Russell George and paleontologist Elizabeth “Liz” Johnson, together with Ruth Welch, the Colorado state director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), signed an […]
DINOSAUR I The arrival of winter at Dinosaur National Monument brings changes to visitor access in some areas.
DINOSAUR I Dinosaur National Monument turns 100 years old on Oct. 4 and is looking for community partners to help spread the word and join the celebration.
DINOSAUR I After a successful launch of Dinosaur National Monument’s river permit lottery on the National Recreation Reservation System last year, more changes are coming for 2015.
With the start of Dinosaur National Monument’s river permit lottery on the National Recreation Reservation System last year, more changes are coming for 2015. Applicants who successfully secure a launch will now confirm their acceptance […]
DINOSAUR I Dr. Brooks Britt from Brigham Young University (BYU) removed the remaining portion of a juvenile sauropod humerus that was vandalized in early September on Dec. 2.
Rangers are seeking information related to fossil damage and theft on the Fossil Discovery Trail at Dinosaur National Monument.
DINOSAUR I Rangers are seeking information related to recent fossil damage and theft on the Fossil Discovery Trail at Dinosaur National Monument.
DINOSAUR I The National Park Service has announce the release of a prospectus for the award of up to 11 new concession contracts to provide guided interpretive whitewater river trips within Dinosaur National Monument.
DINOSAUR I Staff at Dinosaur National Monument are reminding visitors that they are visiting mountain lion country when traveling in the monument, especially in the backcountry and along the river canyons. On July 22, fresh […]
RBC I A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 274,361 visitors to Dinosaur National Monument in 2013 spent $15,791,600 in communities near the park. That spending supported 186 jobs in the local area.