We are excited to be hosting the 10th Meeting of the International Council for Archaeozoology Bird Working Group on June 5-6, 2021.
The Bird Working Group (BWG) is an interdisciplinary consortium of researchers (archaeozoologists, archaeologists, zoologists, ornithologists) interested in the study of bird remains recovered from archaeological sites from around the world. The BWG was created by an initiative of Arturo Morales-Muniz in 1991. Its primary focus is to examine the relationships between people and birds in prehistoric, historic, and, at times, contemporary contexts. Topics include, but are not limited to, the identification of bird bones, the taphonomy of avian remains, methods of analysis and interpretation, the use of birds, and representations of birds in art.
This year the Bird Working Group Meeting will be held online. The details and program will be shared here when available.
Abstract deadline for oral presentations and posters extended to April 8th!
Abstracts (in English) will be 200-300 words and must include five keywords, the author’s name/s, affiliation details, and email address. Abstract can be submitted HERE. Please indicate whether you are submitting it as oral or poster presentation. Authors will be informed of whether their abstracts have been accepted by the end of April.
Registration deadline 15 May
You can register for the meeting HERE.