This site contains bear and lynx effigies - remnants of once giant cluster of mounds stretching from Yahara River to Starkweather Creek
at modern Olbrich Park that used to include, among others, huge birds with wingspan of more than 500 feet. The other effigy - leftover
from the same group - is protected at Hudson park. The effigies are in good condition and marked, not mowed but could use light
fencing to prevent casual walking over them (people walking/biking along the cliff don’t realize it when they go over mounds).
There is an Effigy Tree sculpture right next to the mounds, originally carved by Ho-Chunk sculptor Harry Whitehorse as a tribute to
his ancestors and the Effigy Mound Builders. The wooden sculpture ever since deteriorated and was replaced with a bronze one. The
rocks surrounding the sculpture have neat effigy carvings on them.