Summary: Three weathered shields and another figure on a small rock platform, near the Mackerel Trail

On a small rock platform surrounded by thick scrub to the south of the Mackerel Trail is a small collection of shields. All of them are quite weathered.

One of the shields has another indeterminate figure (maybe an eel?) overlapping it.

AWAT4433 LR Mackerel Trail Shields
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