Fig. 156. Stein Valley Owl, York, "They Write Their
Dreams on the Rocks Forever", p.236.
with its wings encompassing game animals.
That association is explained by Annie York below: “A more intellectually complex visualization is found in Fig 156, - it has been adopted by common usage as the Stein Valley “owl” logo.
It is strikingly similar to the forceful image of the joined eyebrows and nose in many petroglyphs such as Fig. 145, and in the famous Tsagaglalal petroglyph portrayal of a face at Long Narrows, Columbia River.” (York 1993:236)