Save Outdoor Sculpture, New Hampshire survey, 1994.
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A mottled bronze colored bird with outspread wings, lowered beak and spread tail feathers. The bird is welded to a cross of angle iron. The iron cross is bolted to wooden cross beams, painted black. The wooden cross is set on a cruciform concrete base which rises from the rocky shoreline on which the sculpture is mounted.