Natural Resources Management
Staff at Dinosaur National Monument perform actions to preserve the natural resources and processes found within the park for the benefit and enjoyment of future getnerations. Actions may include monitoring populations of threatened or endangered species or the removal of invasive non-native plants or animals. The links on this page will provide you more information of some of the natural resource management programs that the monument conducts.
Did You Know?
Paleontologist Earl Douglass first came to Utah looking for mammal fossils. He returned in 1909 and discovered an immense deposit of dinosaur bones, now protected at Dinosaur National Monument. Although made famous by dinosaurs, Douglass died preferring his beloved mammal fossils over dinosaurs.