On Sept. 2, a ranger leading a guided walk discovered damage to a fossilized humerus bone from a sauropod dinosaur located along the trail. The damage was not evident the previous day. Rangers urge anyone with information on the damage to contact the monument at 735-781-7715. A cash reward will be provided for information that leads to a conviction.
DINOSAUR | December visitation numbers for Dinosaur National Monument showed a 13.8 percent increase for the month over 2015 statistics, with the year ending with an overall increase over 2015. On December 31, recreational visits […]
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.
DINOSAUR I “Since the opening of the new Quarry Visitor Center and Quarry Exhibit Hall in October, Dinosaur National Monument has experienced an increase in park visitation over 2010’s numbers,” announced Superintendent Mary Risser.