Park Ranger Jan uses a laser light to point out details of the Dinosaur National Monument Quarry Exhibit Hall’s wall of dinosaur bones. Third-graders from Parkview Elementary School in Rangely took a field trip to the quarry and visitor’s center on Oct. 14, when they learned about, saw and touched a variety of fossils from the Morrison Formation. Students later took a nature walk and visited the homestead of Josie Bassett Morris, popularly known as Josie’s Cabin.
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.
With the arrival of spring, Dinosaur National Monument is preparing to offer expanded services for visitors.
DINOSAUR | The first signs of fall have arrived at Dinosaur National Monument with hints of yellow on the cottonwood tree leaves and migrating birds passing through the area. Fall also brings changes in visitor center […]