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.
Made of a glazed porcelain with the motif of an oystercatcher bird in different angles. It is a wading bird that thrives best on open coastal meadows and on sandy and gravel beaches. The mug is a heat-resistant tea and coffee mug with a handle that can withstand both microwaves and dishwashers. Height 10.5 cm.
Made with care from porcelain in Sweden.
Also, be sure to check out the matching trays!