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Biological Technician, Peter Williams, talks with visitors along the Yampa River.

NPS/Jacob W. Frank


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Located on the northern edge of the Colorado Plateau, Dinosaur is the intersection for several distinct geographic and biological regions. This supports a diversity of plant and animal species. Learn more about the monument's paleontology, geology, wildlife and environment.

Dinosaur provides a variety of experiences for educators to utilize this outdoor classroom. Learn how to plan a field trip.

Kids & Youth
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Browse planning documents that guide how Dinosaur is run day-to-day.

Intermountain Natural History Association is the non-profit partner of Dinosaur National Monument, Fossil Butte National Monument, Ashley National Forest, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area and several small sites maintained by the Bureau of Land Management. A percentage of all purchases made at one of their bookstores or online helps fund projects and operations at Dinosaur National Monument as well as other sites.

Last updated: February 3, 2017

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4545 Hwy 40
Dinosaur, CO 81610


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