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Take an Online Tour of Dinosaur National Monument in Utah and Colorado

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The aptly named Dinosaur National Monument is the place to indulge your curiosity about the “terrible lizards” that roamed the Southwest 149 million years ago. The site preserves thousands of fossils in its rock walls as well as the extraordinary scenery carved by the Green and Yampa Rivers. Each month, NPCA puts together a slideshow exploring one of the 401 [...]

Posted on: December 12 2013
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Tule Springs Could Be Our Newest National Monument, Thanks in Part to One Dedicated Volunteer

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Lynn Davis, Senior Program Manager in NPCA’s Nevada Field Office When Jill DeStefano moved from Florida to Las Vegas in 2006, she pictured leisurely mornings, afternoons of mahjong or bridge, and quiet evenings on the patio, watching the sun set. Little did she know she would take on a campaign to make the area near her home a new national [...]

Posted on: March 28 2012
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