Dinosaur National Monument has a wide variety of people that visit throughout the year. Recently the monument hosted a collection of rangers, which included law enforcement officers, administrators, maintenance workers, educators, and scientists as part of Colorado State University’s International Protected Area Managers Course. There was representation from nine Spanish speaking countries across Central and South America, and Equatorial Guinea. What a wonderful way for the park to celebrate World Ranger Day on July 31st. A common thread of preserving and protecting the natural treasure of the planet unites the world’s rangers.