Fremont People petroglyph deer damaged Douglas Ck, CO, USAAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox
A deer carved by Fremont People rock art petroglyph (prehistoric rock carving dated 600-1300 AD) in the Douglas Creek Canyon south of Rangely, Colorado, USA on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public lands. shows vandalism near the rock carving.
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