Category Archives: Dinosaurs

Wyoming’s Dinosaur Discoveries, by Jessica Lippinott

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Wyoming’s Dinosaur Discoveries, by Jessica Lippincott, was published in 2015 as part of the Images of Modern America series. It’s a trade paperback featuring both black & white and color photos printed on heavy-weight paper, standard for the Images of … Continue reading

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Montana PR: Dinosaurs a Big Draw for Visitors to Montana

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Dinosaur Trail visitation increases 15 percent HELENA, Mont. – Dinosaurs may be Montana’s oldest tourist attraction, but they’re more popular than ever. Families across the country are building their vacations around dinosaur-themed attractions, and museums in communities across the state … Continue reading

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Dinosaur Brochure Box: Dinosaur National Monument

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Dinosaur National Monument, Co & UT, National Park Service Dinosaur National Monument’s legacy of rivers spans two states; 210,000 acres; and millions of years. Just imagine all that is here for you to discover. Find Dinosaur’s World-Famous Fossils in Utah … Continue reading

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Brochure Box: Dinosaur Diamond National Scenic Byway

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Dinosaur Diamond National Scenic Byway brochure The Dinosaur Diamond National Scenic Byway is a 512-mile route that winds through eastern Utah and western Colorado. Like a real diamond, the byway has many interesting facets. Pristine and awesome landscapes along the … Continue reading

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Dinosaur Brochure Box: Dinosaur Land, Vernal Utah

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Experience the Wall of Bones and Beyond! They came here for a reason Visit Dinosaurland: Vernal Utah. Dinoland.com Stay & Plan in Dinosaur Land, Vernal Utah Dinosaur National Monument Dinosaurland…Green River Rafting, Hiking, Biking, Scenic Byways, Paddle Boarding, 3 State … Continue reading

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