The scene shows swimming bird hunting. The birds are obviously geese. Two men are in a boat and they are hunting two geese. The one, standing at the nose, has a bow and the other, standing at the stern, has his hand up and is holding a bludgeon. There are another three petroglyphs of hunters with the same hunting weapons engraved nearby but they already left their boats. The bigger bird is hit with four arrows while the smaller one is only hit with a single arrow.