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The hunting handicap: costly signaling in human foraging strategies
RB Bird, E Smith, DW Bird
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50 (1), 9-19, 2001
Behavioral ecology and archaeology
DW Bird, JF O’Connell
Journal of Archaeological Research 14 (2), 143-188, 2006
The “fire stick farming” hypothesis: Australian Aboriginal foraging strategies, biodiversity, and anthropogenic fire mosaics
RB Bird, DW Bird, BF Codding, CH Parker, JH Jones
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (39), 14796-14801, 2008
Delayed reciprocity and tolerated theft: The behavioral ecology of food-sharing strategies
RLB Bird, DW Bird
Current anthropology 38 (1), 49-78, 1997
The benefits of costly signaling: Meriam turtle hunters
EA Smith, RB Bird, DW Bird
Behavioral Ecology 14 (1), 116-126, 2003
Hunting and nuclear families: some lessons from the Hadza about men’s work
K Hawkes, JF O’Connell, NG Blurton Jones, D Bell, RB Bird, DW Bird, ...
Current Anthropology 42 (5), 681-709, 2001
The ethnoarchaeology of juvenile foragers: shellfishing strategies among Meriam children
DW Bird, RB Bird
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 19 (4), 461-476, 2000
Contemporary shellfish gathering strategies among the Meriam of the Torres Strait Islands, Australia: testing predictions of a central place foraging model
DW Bird, RLB Bird
Journal of Archaeological Science 24 (1), 39-63, 1997
Aboriginal burning regimes and hunting strategies in Australia’s Western Desert
DW Bird, RB Bird, CH Parker
Human ecology 33 (4), 443-464, 2005
Constraints of knowing or constraints of growing? Fishing and collecting by the children of Mer
R Bliege Bird, DW Bird
Human Nature 13 (2), 239-267, 2002
Risk and reciprocity in Meriam food sharing
RB Bird, DW Bird, EA Smith, GC Kushnick
Evolution and Human Behavior 23 (4), 297-321, 2002
Children on the reef
DW Bird, RB Bird
Human Nature 13 (2), 269-297, 2002
In pursuit of mobile prey: Martu hunting strategies and archaeofaunal interpretation
DW Bird, RB Bird, BF Codding
American Antiquity, 3-29, 2009
Why women hunt: risk and contemporary foraging in a Western Desert aboriginal community
R Bliege Bird, DW Bird, J Balme, N Bird-David, B Campbell, K Hawkes, ...
Current Anthropology 49 (4), 655-693, 2008
Behavioral ecology and the future of archaeological science
BF Codding, DW Bird
Journal of Archaeological Science 56, 9-20, 2015
Hunting, sharing, and multilevel selection: the tolerated-theft model revisited
DS Wilson
Current anthropology 39 (1), 73-97, 1998
Explaining shellfish variability in middens on the Meriam Islands, Torres Strait, Australia
DW Bird, JL Richardson, PM Veth, AJ Barham
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (5), 457-469, 2002
Martu children’s hunting strategies in the Western Desert, Australia
DW Bird, RB Bird
Hunter-gatherer childhoods, 129-146, 2017
Aboriginal hunting buffers climate-driven fire-size variability in Australia’s spinifex grasslands
RB Bird, BF Codding, PG Kauhanen, DW Bird
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (26), 10287-10292, 2012
Niche construction and Dreaming logic: aboriginal patch mosaic burning and varanid lizards (Varanus gouldii) in Australia
RB Bird, N Tayor, BF Codding, DW Bird
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1772), 20132297, 2013
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