|Aerial view of Hirundo|
|David Sanger (Left) and Bob MacKay (Right)|
The excavations were run by Robert MacKay and David Sanger with extensive collaboration with a number of other disciplines including geology and paleoecology. The site was first discovered when a neighbor noticed fire-cracked rock and some stone artifacts in the eroding bedrock.
|Hirundo excavations in process|
|The Fieldschool Crew|
|Hirundo Wildlife Refuge's Founder Oliver Larouche|
reading next to the trenches.
|MacKay with student|
|Students excavating through the thick forest groundcover|