The small ceramic figurine was collected at an alcove site located within Capitol Reef National Park, It is a classic example of a Fremont Cultural Period ceramic figurine. The unfired ceramic object is composed of pale red sandy clay. The nose of the figurine is characterized by a prominent ridge which extends to the top of the head resulting in a parrot-or owl-beaked form. The eyes are punched circular clay disks placed toward the top and sides of the head. A concave depression extends down the chest.