There is so many ways to respond to this, and I'm trying to maintain an authentic composure. I do sincerely hope that rock climbers respect the natural world. A few bad apples ruin the whole basket. Anything to do with Indigenous history is hard to grasp and appreciate, but please make an effort to at least regard ancient art.
I don't know, but this does not quite pass the smell test for me. I'm a little familiar with this area, & with relative abundance of good bouldering, sport climbing, as well as trad within close proximity of the tularosa basin, I don't why climbers would bother with scrappy boulders covered by obvious petroglyphs. And who pounds pitons these days?
I must however note that there is not altogether unearned animosity towards climbers in the Lincoln national forest.