I'd guess this old cutout wooden stork head was once attached to a body and lived in a yard or garden somewhere. I rather love it just as a head though--great in form with this super long pointy beak, and with really terrifically weathered painted surface. I think I'd hang it on the wall from the head, with the bendy white-painted neck just hanging down and making a great line--but if stuck into something, like a planter, it does do a pretty great bobble!
13 1/2" long; 16" tall including post (head alone is 4 3/4" tall); 7/8" deep. One side is more weathered than the other, with a lot of dark spotting on the creamy white paint. Stable--paint is not chipping off unless one is actively trying!