Bears Ears National Monument, United States
Bears Ears National Monument was established by executive order on 2016-12-28. It is located in the southeastern corner of Utah and named after twin buttes that are prominent features of the landscape. The National Monument is jointly operated by a coalition of five native tribes as well as the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Comb Ridge (bottom right) is a monocline that transects the park as part of the tectonic imprint of the Colorado Plateau. Colorado River flows along the left side of the image.