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9th Annual Jackson School of Geosciences Student Research Symposium, February 15, 2020
The archaeological site of Bonnell (LA 612) is significant as a Glencoe phase (A.D. 1200-1400) Jornada Mogollon settlement in the Sacramento Mountains of southeastern New Mexico. In a recent review of faunal remains recovered from the 1950s excavations, detailed comparative analysis demonstrates that an isolated tarsometatarsus represents Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha, the Thick-billed Parrot. Skeletal remains of Thickbills, morphologically distinct from macaws, are known from 10 archaeologicaldoi:10.26153/tsw/7090 fatcat:sledfarqbzbt3fitvtdpl4fj7y