Be A Junior Ranger
John Day Fossil Beds Junior Ranger badges are awarded to those who visit the park and complete the appropriate number of activities (as determined by age) in the Junior Ranger booklet. Booklets are available from a ranger at the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center, north of Dayville on Highway 19. When finished with the booklet, bring it to any ranger to look over. Can't complete the booklet before you leave? You can mail it in to be checked over. The address to sent it to is printed on the booklet.
You can also become a Web Ranger!
Did You Know?
The first horses evolved in North America 50 million years ago, and at least 14 different genera have been found at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon.