Raven at Mesa Verde
A raven flies from a burned tree at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park is a breathtaking place, where you can still see the cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Puebloan people. The park offers an opportunity to explore the natural and cultural history of these people, who lived in these dwellings between 600 and 1300 AD.Mesa Verde is located in southwest Colorado, near Durango and Cortez. This area has a mild climate,
Unfortunately, fire has damaged this beautiful green tree in Colorado that's why this raven decided to fly away from it. I would love to visit http://www.australianwritings.com/ source to write an essay about this crow and I hope that raven will find another lush green tree to continue its life which was almost destroyed owing to this fire.
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