Paiute Indian Culture

Cultural Resources Contact Information:
Paiute Tribe Cultural Resources
440 North Paiute Drive
Cedar City, UT 84721

Phone: (435)-586-1112 x107
Fax: (435)-586-7388

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CULTURALLY-SIGNIFICANT PLANTS AND ANIMALS
The diversity of landscape within the Grand Canyon - Parashant National Monument provides an ideal study in cultural and natural resources. There are rare, sensitive or endangered species of 50 plants and of 23 birds and mammals.

Plants and Animals of the Grand Canyon- Parashant National Monument

Prairie Dog

Sego Lilly