Length 67 mm
This one has a beak fashioned from sandstone chips protruding from
what may have been a red flower (the material was red before drying out
and largely disintegrating). The eye is a piece of leaf.
Photo below: The
object in situ. The red face (right) is visible,
though largely obscured by a plant and other objects. Note
the smaller clay bird of a different mixture in front, and the
tiny red-ochre-colored bird in front of that. These were
located right next to the ball of clay amalgam on which a
distinctly anthropomorphic face was carved.