A protester holds up a mirror to flash light at the police lining the ridge of Turtle Hill at Standing Rock on Nov. 6, 2016.
Bryan Fabert, left, and Anya Savranskaya, right, clean up the inside of their tarpee in the Rosebud Camp at Standing Rock on Nov. 5, 2016.
A woman holds her dog in the commons area of the Standing Rock camp before getting in line for food on Sept. 5, 2016.
The sun begins to rise over the Rosebud Camp along the Cannonball River on Nov. 5, 2016.
Govinda Dalton works on a radio show out of his van located in the commons area of the Standing Rock camp on Sept. 3, 2016. Dalton runs Spirit Resistance Radio 87.9 at the camp, covering all aspects of Standing Rock news.
Bryan Kraig stands on a semi-truck parked on the 1806 Highway bridge and films the standoff with police on Nov. 6, 2016.
A protester flashes a peace sign at the line of law enforcement on the 1806 Highway bridge on Nov. 6, 2016.
A man on horseback rides across the 1806 Highway bridge during one of two protests held on Nov. 6, 2016.
Women from the Colorado River Tribe of Arizona dance for during their camp entrance on Sept. 3, 2016. Each tribe had the option when arriving to the camp to have their arrival announced publicly.
A group of protesters on horseback make their way along the 1806 Highway to protest at the Dakota Access Pipeline construction site half a mile away Sept. 4, 2016.
Destiny Willcouts, 16, looks down the riverbank as police begin to fill the ridgeline of Turtle Hill at Standing Rock on Nov. 6, 2016. The standoff between police and protesters went on for 3 hours before the Standing Rock Sioux elders asked for everyone to fall back.
Protesters run away from the police as they move down the hillside to put out a fire started by the protesters during the standoff at Turtle Hill on Nov. 6, 2016.
Marcus Rodriguez, center, becomes emotional during the standoff with police at the 1806 Highway bridge on Nov. 6, 2016 when he is told to by fellow protesters to fall back.
Jasmine LeBeau becomes emotional during the police standoff at Turtle Hill on Nov. 6, 2016 after asking the protesters to fall back per the orders of the Standing Rock Sioux elders.
A woman tries to find cell service at the top of a hill just outside the entrance of the Standing Rock camp. Many supporters who traveled great distances to the site in North Dakota said they first heard about the movement on social media.