We do not provide directions to the Pony Hills site in Southeast New
Mexico which is well known and frequently visited. The site can be viewed
leisurely and the parking area includes sufficient space for a picnic lunch.
The Ebook has 92 pages of petroglyph images, 100 pages total If you desire
to visit, do your homework (published offline and online information, topo
maps, etc.) on the site and visit a BLM office in New Mexico or a Museum
around Deming, New Mexico. They might help you with directions and more
information if you go prepared to show them the research that you have done.
The Ebook is designed to inform:
A researcher, photographer, artist, or writer who wants to preview the site
before a planned visitation to examine the Rock Art to be seen and determine
that the site fits the Research Plan and Objectives.
Interested advocates who want to review the book prior to visitation to make
sure the Rock Art at the site will be interesting to them.
If time is of essence, as on a vacation or a weekend, the more interesting
sites can be visited, saving the other sites until later when more time
might be available.
The Rock Art advocate whose objective is to “see all the sites” can use the
Ebook to allocate their time to the most interesting sites and to the most
interesting areas of a particular site.
And finally, the visitor who does not photograph or who visited with a
malfunctioning camera, can obtain a permanent record of the site for their
And from my viewpoint, the Ebook serves as a personal recording (digital
photo) of the site. This recording will likely outlast me and serves as a
forum to discuss the site attributes with researchers, scholars, and
interested Rock Art advocates who desire more information.
If you wish more information, review www.exploringrockart.com or contact us
Specific location information will only be given for those sites with public
information already available - either by a government agency, in a book, or
previously appearing on a website. Specific location information will not
be given on sites that are relatively unexplored or if the information is not already in the public
domain. We do intend to cooperate with
validated researchers who are interesting in sharing information.