Several groups of paintings are preserved in Racó de Nando rock art site. Shelter IV is a small site in which rock paintings are concentrated in the upper left part of the panel, almost fitted in a natural rock block. The main figures are two weathered stags walking one after another. Their antlers are preserved but they are naturally weathered. Other color remains can be seen behind the left deer, that could originally be part of a human figure. Above the right hand deer there are a deep red area of pigment superimposed over him, but its morphology is not identifiable.