In many parts of the Southwest are sites where Native American petroglyphs and pictographs can be found. Generally, these commemorate specific events or site that have enduring importance in Indian life. At this watering site outside the Zuni Pueblo, these big horns carved into the sandstone were probably rendered because this was a sometime-watering site, and the big horns carved in rock were supposed to attract the living item. Whether it was the carving or the water itself that served as draw, the importance of this site was as attractant to people of all tribal, economic, and historic affiliation, all after the water. Such is its draw in the West.