Roxanne Pendleton's 2017 MA thesis is an analysis of the animal remains from the archaeological site known as Tse'K'wa (formerly Charlie Lake Cave, HbRf 39). The thesis reports data from the earlier layers, specifically stratigraphic Zones I, IIa, IIb, IIc, IId, and IIIa. Specimens from these zones have been studied by three analysts. Jonathan Driver studied specimens excavated in 1983. Randall Preston recorded some of the specimens excavated in 1991. Roxanne Pendleton recorded the remainder of the 1991 specimens, and used data from all three analyses in her thesis. This is the guide for the recorded fauna from Pendleton's thesis.