He would appear to not be entirely human -- or perhaps there's no 'entirely' about it -- he resembled a humanoid coyote, his face a mirror image of the coyote-skin cowl that framed it. He wielded a bow and arrows.
Coyotl' is the Nahuatl word for the coyote. (The word 'coyote' is in fact derived from it.) Since Nahuatl was spoken only in South America, Coyotl's name suggests some form of contact or connection with that continent.