I think that's an eagle up top, bu tit might just be a very large bird atop the woodland scene. I know that's a fox at the bottom, and I'm not entirely sure which is prey to which, but the overall large carving is fun. Pine trees set with a milk glass 19th century thermometer which reads in both C. and F. - versatility! Fruits of the Hunt, wild game. Full measurements noted on the photos. I found this one ages ago in France.
Very good to excellent condition for age and type, dating late 1800s to perhaps 1920s, it survives without even a chipped beak or tail. Tiny rub or two to tips of the rocks or pine limbs, but no breaks and no restorations evident. Might be a tiny nip there on one wing - do you see it, about midway down on wing beneath his beak. Milk glass back and thermometer are both excellent and working. Might be missing a narrow metal band at the 40cm level to anchor thermometer, slightly loose there. Easy fix! Steady on its base. Cabin, Country French, English Manor or ski lodge decor.