This often hilarious, occasionally bittersweet and always entertaining collection of stories and artwork is the completely redesigned second edition of the original 1994 publication.
This beautifully illustrated book written for the general audience tells the story of the ancient life that inhabited the region of the southwestern United States known as the Colorado Plateau. NEW, UPDATED EDITION!
Join river runners and mule wranglers, Native American storytellers and National Park Service personnel for an audio trip to the Grand Canyon.
This richly illustrated article explores the geography of the Colorado Plateau, and how that geography intertwines with human history.
This humorous and heartwarming story about coming of age in the landscape of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River is illustrated with photographs from several Grand Canyon guides.
A look at the physical nature of water on the Colorado Plateau, from climate and the hydrologic cycle to the types of water that exist in this unique part of the continent.
This brand new publication from Glen Canyon Natural History Association explores the Late Cretaceous of southern Utah, a time when diversity of dinosaurs and other creatures was nothing short of astonishing.