Habitat and Wildlife Protection
While the St. Anthony Sand Dunes is a popular destination for recreationists, it is also an important habitat for wildlife and plants that call this area home. Please help us protect the wildlife habitat and the unique plant ecology found among the dunes by keeping an eye out for what's listed below.
If you see a beetle or evening primrose plant, please do not ride over them. Ride or walk around. Riding only on the open sand and on designated routes will help you avoid damaging sensitive resources. BLM sensitive species like the Bald eagle, Swainson's Hawk and the Ferruginous Hawk hunt, nest and breed in this area.