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PETRPetroglyph National Monument (US National Park Service)
PETRPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Robots
PETRPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Rednecks
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For the past half century, the LWCF has created urban parks like Valle de Oro and Petroglyph National Monument and conserved wild backcountry across New Mexico.
Authors are Sanchez, superintendent of the Petroglyph National Monument and Spanish Colonial Research Center at the University of New Mexico, and Miller, a research historian at the center.
Not to be missed is the Petroglyph National Monument, about 90 minutes away from Las Vegas (6001 Unser Blvd.
Currently, the majority of the sacred site is under the federal protection of the Petroglyph National Monument. But in the early '90s, the city of Albuquerque insisted they could build major freeways through the site, and that's what we have been fighting ever since.
A quick freeway hop from the National Atomic Museum's panorama of nuclear science and history, about 20,000 prehistoric images--maybe homages, possibly prayers--bake in the sun on basalt boulders at Petroglyph National Monument. Among the figures are snakes (of course), mountain lions, birds, insects, humans, and shamans, and it's not idle graffiti.
At Petroglyph National Monument in New Mexico, 15 volunteers mostly retirees have spent more than 15,000 hours scouring a 17-mile-long escarpment to locate and document the park's ancient rock carvings.
Our Coalition was pleased to see the coverage you gave John Black and his Black Ranch development plans, which threaten the Petroglyph National Monument (see "The Desert's Open Veins," Currents, July/August 1998).
Also hidden in a big appropriations bill were funds to construct a highway through New Mexico's Petroglyph National Monument. And Senator Dirk Kempthorne (R-Idaho) attached a rider to the massive bill funding the Department of Defense that would convert the magnificent Owyhee Canyonlands into a bombing range.
The Petroglyph National Monument is nearby, as is the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park and other wilderness areas, offering a wide variety of outdoor activities.
The Petroglyph National Monument is located on the West Mesa, a distinct landform feature in the western part of Albuquerque, New Mexico [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
The 1992 edition also contains a number of new photographs, eleven of which depict the recently established Petroglyph National Monument on Albuquerque's West Mesa.
enters the North Geologic Window, a parcel of land in the Petroglyph National Monument. This will be an important facility that must be functional as well as blend in with the surrounding landscape.