This is a wonderful gift to remember your beach walks and native bird sightings while on Cumberland.
Cumberland Island is a major stopping point on the transatlantic migratory flyway, with over 335 species of birds recorded. Threatened and endangered species include Least Tern, Wilson's Plover, and the American Oystercatcher.
The oval tray has the motif of three different oystercatchers. It is a wading bird that thrives best on open coastal meadows and on sandy and gravel beaches. It is a tasteful tray that fits in every home.
The trays are made in Sweden of birch veneer. Size 28×44 cm.
Also, be sure to check out the matching porcelain mugs!