Episode: Petroglyphs

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https://www.childrenshour.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/TCH_Petroglyphs_podcast.mp3 This time on The Children’s Hour, we explore petroglyphs with Ranger David Ottaviano from Petroglyph National Monument, and Todd Scissons, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer with Acoma Pueblo. Learn who made these ancient rock carvings, why they are so common in the desert Southwest, and what they mean to the people whose ancestors made them. Plus we find out about the Junior Ranger Program with the National Parks Service, and we hear from the kids in the Extinction Diaries about a rare and nearly extinct bird from New Zealand. The Children’s Hour is supported by the Cultural Services Department and the Urban Enhancement Trust Fund at the City of Albuquerque, city councilor Pat Davis, as well as Bernalillo County, New Mexico’s Commission. This project is supported in part by an award from New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts. We also have support from Electric Playhouse and numerous foundations also support our work including the Infinite Gesture Fund, The Limestone Fund, and The Laughing Buddha Fund. Thank you to our listeners who contribute to us through the Paypal Giving Fund, Paypal, and by subscribing to our podcasts on Patreon.   Illuminata's report on Petroglyphs: https://www.childrenshour.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/IlliePetroglyphs.mp3 durationtitleartistalbumlabel 01:24Middle of a Little Country RoadSara HickmanBig KidSara Hickman 2003 03:08Jump for JoyRed YarnBackyard Bop2020 Red Yarn Productions 02:30Place I Call HomeNative RootsMost High2015 John L. Williams, Emmett 'Shkeme' Garcia 01:00How Far Is a Lightyear (Solar System Song) [Instrumental]Claudia Robin GunnLittle Wild Universe (Instrumentals)2020 Claudia Robin Gunn 02:26Afternoon WalkThe Okee Dokee BrothersSongs for Singin'2020 Okee Dokee Music LLC 01:30Pueblo SongRio Grande SingersGathering of Nations Vol 2Gathering of Nations 2001 01:30Turkey Dance SongZuni Pueblo SingersZuni Traditional Songs from the Zuni Pueblo2004 Canyon Records 04:48Mother EarthWalela & Joanne ShenandoahSacred Ground2005 Silverwave 01:44Little TreeLevity BeetLittle Tree - Single2019 Levity Beet 01:50Mah Na Mah Na!Steel RhythmHit the Beach! (Steel Rhythm Steel Drum Band)2015 Steel Rhythm 01:49Speaking In Tongues ISheila ChandraWeaving My Ancestors' Voices1992 Moonsung Productions Ltd

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