This fantail birdstone was found in 1846 by S. H. Baker in Chittenden County one mile north of Burlington, Vermont. This is another of the more rare and beautiful forms of birdstones. It was made from a colorful stone and its complex style includes "feet," a large rectangular head, and wide tail. It's also drilled through both "feet." This birdstone is made of porphyry and measures 4 1/2 inches (11.4 cm) long.