The Buckhorn Wash pictograph panel is on a dirt road, easily accessible. The slant of the cliff above partially protects the panel from weather.
This sign was under a slanted sun cover. Sorry the light and shadow make it hard to read. The picture shows the full extent of the panel and explains that 2 different ancient cultures are represented in the art.
As you can see in examples to the side of the warning, much of this panel was vandalized. The sign below explains a little about the painstaking repair efforts:
Here is some of the rock art followed by photos of explanatory signs:
I didn't take a photo of an actual pictograph to go along with this sign, but it's interesting because snakes are commonly seen in rock art:
This last one is a petroglyph, pecked into the rock instead of painted on like most of the panel:
We can only guess at the meaning of this prehistoric art, but it does give us a glimpse into the life and times of the native people who once lived here.