Bodo Archaeological Site

Bodo Archaeological Site

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Bodo Archaeological Site

Source: Travel Alberta

Imagine the sights and sounds from the time when the Bodo Archaeological Site was a convergence of First Nations campsites and bison kill sites. This oasis in the vast grasslands of central Alberta is where bison were hunted communally for thousands of years. So much history waiting to be revealed! Come learn from a professional archaeologist how to excavate and identify artifacts. You might find pottery pieces, tools, tips of arrows and spears, and all kinds of bison bones at this authentic dig site. Touch the past with your own hands and gain a new understanding of the way of life for generations of First Nations.

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