蒙特苏马城堡国家纪念碑位于亚利桑那州中部的佛得角营地附近,是1906年西奥多·罗斯福总统宣布的美国国家古迹中的第一座。该纪念碑保留了1100年至1425年间南方西那瓜文化的考古元素。这些元素包括悬崖住宅(如城堡),普韦布洛遗址和维修站。该公园还设有Montezuma井,这是一个坍塌的石灰岩沉积池,大约1000年前首次建造了灌溉沟。 Montezuma井包含世界上其他地方发现的生物体,这些生物体是根据水的独特矿化而进化而来的。纪念碑位于索诺兰沙漠中,因此,它包括近400种植物,如豆科灌木,catclaw和盐沼,适应干旱环境中的生活。公园沿着河道走廊上的微生境交织在一起,有猴子花和鸽子,梧桐和三叶杨的植物。一年中的某些部分,有200种鸟类栖息在公园内,包括每年从阿拉斯加到墨西哥途中经过的红褐色蜂鸟。

加拿大魁北克论文代写:红褐色蜂鸟

The Montezuma Castle National Monument is located near the Cape Verde camp in central Arizona and was the first of the US national monuments announced by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906. The monument preserves the archaeological elements of the southern Sinagua culture from 1100 to 1425. These elements include cliff houses (such as castles), Pueblo ruins and service stations. The park also features the Montezuma well, a collapsed limestone sedimentation basin that was first built about 1,000 years ago. The Montezuma well contains organisms found elsewhere in the world that evolved from the unique mineralization of water. The monument is located in the Sonoran Desert, so it includes nearly 400 species of plants such as mesquite, catclaw and salt marshes, adapted to life in arid environments. The park is intertwined along the micro-habitats of the river corridor, with monkey flowers and pigeons, plants of the phoenix tree and cottonwood. In some parts of the year, 200 species of birds inhabit the park, including the red-brown hummingbirds that pass through Alaska to Mexico each year.

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