There are some overlaps between the species of the sea and those of the air, but the Happy Clam Birdfeeder does not represent them. The charming suspended dish has been modeled after the sand-dwelling clam shell and is used to offer nourishment to dry-foraging fowl.
Unurth's design was inspired by beach findings in Zuma and Santa Cruz, California. The exquisite mollusk armor takes a lovely shape that actually bears a slight resemblance to the full oval form of a bird's egg -- at least with the rounded manner by which this clam shell has been sculpted.
The winsome white stonewear object hangs elegantly from natural manilla rope. The Happy Clam Birdfeeder incorporates a bowl and a cover to keep birdseed dry and scrumptious.