• Camarasus skull in the cliff face, rafters on the Green River, McKee Springs petroglyphs


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The DINO Store
A wide range of books, maps, trail guides and other items is available from the bookstore, which is operated by the Intermountain Natural History Association. The association is a cooperating partner with the Monument. The bookstore includes books on the many facets of Dinosaur National Monument, including fossils, paleontology, desert ecology, Native American rock art, river-running and wildlife. Shop on-line at inhaweb.com.

Intermountain Natural History Association is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization created to aid the educational and scientific activities of the National Park Service at Dinosaur and Fossil Butte national monuments, the U.S. Forest Service at the Ashley, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache national forests and the Bureau of Land Management at the John Jarvie Historic Property in Browns Park. The profits from all bookstore sales are donated back to these public lands. Since INHA's inception in 1956, donations have exceeded $2.5 million.

Did You Know?

Picture of mormon cricket perched on a blade of grass.

Mormon crickets are wingless grasshoppers that swarm across roads through the summer in the western United States. These flightless insects can form such large swarms that the road appears to move and change colors where they cross.