Desert National Wildlife Range 20 - aka Joe May Canyon

  • dnwr20-098  All the petroglyphs at both sites are pecked, and the majority are very difficult to see.
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  • dnwr20-006  Site 1
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  • dnwr20-064  Site 2
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  • dnwr20-060  This was really interesting.  What we are assuming is that the Wildlife Service is monitoring the types of critters that have been munching on the carcass of a deer.  The carcass as you can see is tied down so that a larger predator can’t haul it off.  Before anyone gets their knickers in a twist… yes, the deer would have been dead before it was used in the study.
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  • dnwr20-131  We took this trip in late April 2013, and the wild flowers were incredible.  My photos don’t begin to do them justice.
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