Ronda writes about her interpretation of the sculpture: "The 'bee' is a whopper with regard to size measuring out at five inches by almost eight inches across. I would say it easily weighs over a pound. What I see as an "eye" has a white substance inside of it. There are no other white areas on the entire piece. Bees have a significant history associated with the area and there is still a significant amount of vegetation along the creek here pollinated by bees. Of course, I am assuming it is a bee when I realize it may have represented some other winged creature.
The "duck" heads are almost as common as the ones that look like cardinals. I have seen wild ducks fly through here but in our recent drought years, they never stay long. It would have been exciting to see what differences in the terrain existed at the time these artifacts were created."