This hand made wood folk art cane or walking stick has a carved wood bird's head handle with glass eyes. The almost hair-fine feather line pattern on the handle appears to have been made pyrographically - wood burning with a super thin needle tip. You can tell that the bird handle is original, as some of the pyrographic feather lines extend a bit below the head into the shaft.
The shaft is a knotty hollow branch plugged with a dowel. I don't know what type of wood. There is no end cap. Length is 34-3/8 inches, shaft width is an inch or so (varies due to the nature of the knotty wood), the bird's head handle is about 3-3/8 inches wide overall. There is light wear consistent with age, no overt damage or issues.