Archaeology Southwest: Revisiting Birds in the Southwest

Departmental News

Posted:  Dec 08, 2022 - 12:17am

Archaeology Southwest​​​​ magazine has published an issue entitled Revisiting Birds in the Southwest which has contributions from over a half dozen UNM professors, PhD candidates, and recent PhD graduates and one undergraduate student. Contributions include:
 
Dr. Emily Lena Jones Why So Many Birds? Understanding Human-Bird Interactions in the Middle Rio Grande

Dr. Patricia L. Crown Macaws and Other Parrots from Pueblos in the Mountains of East-Central Arizona coauthored with Dr. Patrick D. Lyons (Director, Arizona State Museum)

Miranda LaZar and Dr. Jonathan Dombrosky Exploring Raptor Exchange

Caitlin S. Ainsworth Between Wild and Domestic

Laura W. Steele Let’s Talk Turkey, the Multipurpose Bird of the Southwest coauthored with Dr. Kathy Roler Durand (Professor Emeritus, Eastern New Mexico University)

Dr. Cyler Conrad Ancestral Pueblo Turkey Penning and Management