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The central feature of Amistad National Recreation Area
is the Amistad Reservoir, a large lake created by the eponymous dam ("Amistad" means friendship in Spanish, and the lake and dam are managed jointly by the U.S.
Other troubled preserves on or near the border are the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge and the Coronado National Memorial, both in Arizona, and the Amistad National Recreation Area
As a protective measure against looting, remote sensing is used to monitor several park units, including Amistad National Recreation Area
in Texas and Wupatki and Canyon de Chelly national monuments in Arizona.