PBS aims at Crow Canyon

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PBS aims at Crow Canyon

‘Time Team’ series investigates Basketmaker III site
While filming at Crow Canyon Archaeology Center on Wednesday, Chelsea Rose, an archaeologist with Time Team America, tries out a replica bow and arrow similar to those possibly used thousands of years ago. Rose was delighted when she hit the target pinned to a hay bale.
Time Team America archaeologists from left, Chelsea Rose, Joe Watkins and Allan Maca point out parts of a pithouse under excavation to series producer Bruce Barrow, with Greg Bond, working the camera and William Ward recording sound on Wednesday at Crow Canyon. Durango-based videographer Scott Davis, who was hired to assist at the shoot for the PBS show, looks on in the background.
Duncan McKinnon, a member of Time Team America’s geophysics team, downloads data to a computer from the magnetic gradiometer he used to identify potential sites for future digs at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center’s Dillard site.
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To learn more about Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, visit www.crowcanyon.org. The field report on the 2011 dig season at the Dillard site is now available on the website.
To learn more about Time Team America and view episodes from the first season, visit ww.pbs.org/opb/timeteam. Producers have posted two blogs and some photos documenting their experience at Crow Canyon on the website.

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PBS aims at Crow Canyon

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While filming at Crow Canyon Archaeology Center on Wednesday, Chelsea Rose, an archaeologist with Time Team America, tries out a replica bow and arrow similar to those possibly used thousands of years ago. Rose was delighted when she hit the target pinned to a hay bale.
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Time Team America archaeologists from left, Chelsea Rose, Joe Watkins and Allan Maca point out parts of a pithouse under excavation to series producer Bruce Barrow, with Greg Bond, working the camera and William Ward recording sound on Wednesday at Crow Canyon. Durango-based videographer Scott Davis, who was hired to assist at the shoot for the PBS show, looks on in the background.
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Duncan McKinnon, a member of Time Team America’s geophysics team, downloads data to a computer from the magnetic gradiometer he used to identify potential sites for future digs at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center’s Dillard site.
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