Add your name: No drilling near Dinosaur National Monument

There's a reason that Dinosaur National Monument in Utah and Colorado has been protected for over a century. It's a magical place where nature appears to stand frozen in time.

Its sheer cliff faces are studded with dinosaur fossils; its millennia-old rock petroglyphs remain preserved in detail; its dark skies and hundreds of square miles of untouched wilderness can make you forget that the civilization you came from even exists.

But now, human development could come crashing in: An oil and gas company is proposing to drill right outside the monument's boundary -- in sensitive wildlife habitat that's just a mile from a world-renowned fossil quarry.

The Biden administration's Bureau of Land Management is only accepting public comments on the plan until June 23. Submit your comment today.

Subject: Protect Dinosaur National Monument