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.
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DINOSAUR I “The first glints of yellow in area cottonwood trees has announced autumn’s arrival at Dinosaur National Monument, and with it comes a reduction in hours and service,” reports Dan Johnson, the Monument’s chief […]
DINOSAUR | An 18-year-old woman from Dinosaur, Colo., was found deceased at the scene of a single vehicle accident along Harpers Corner Road in Dinosaur National Monument. The driver, whose name is not yet released, […]