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Funky Bird Wall Clocks

Updated on March 27, 2014

Unusual Bird Wall Clocks


These funky bird wall clocks are sure to brighten up your home decor. These beautiful wild animals make the perfect subject for a clock. Unique use of items to make the pendulum swishing back and forth keeping time. Fun, unusual and colorful designs for the bird lover. Great conversation pieces that make looking for the time a treat. If you know anyone that likes the flying wonders of the animal world you have found the perfect gift for them. These are just one in a series of funky wall clocks I have made with adorable animals.

TWEETY DEE Purple Chickadee Pendulum Wall Clock

This adorable purple bird is a fun and unique item to brighten up any room. Looks great in the kitchen with a little flower pendulum that swishes back and forth keeping perfect Tweety Dee time. I never saw a purple Chickadee before but if I were to see this one I would keep him. Kids love the cartoon look and bright colors when hung in their bedroom. For more information and clocks click on the link

Cold Cast Resin

13 Inches Tall, 9 Inches Wide

Bird-A-Tude Clock

Cute colorful rooster with a big blue belly where the time is kept. A treat for kids of any age and a true conversation piece no matter where you use it. This pretty bird will be a perfect addition prancing on your wall with thin chicken legs. For more information and clocks click on the link

Who needs attitude when you've got "Bird-a-tude"!

This bright and quirky rooster clock is another new design from American artist Michelle Allen.

Made of hand painted resin with swinging pendulum legs

Runs on one "AA" battery (not included) and the mechanism is guaranteed for two years.

Size: Approx 11" x 17"

Old Blue Owl Clock

This wise old owl is keeping time. Digits are brown buttons with green leaves for clock hands. A pretty blue color with huge expressive eyes. Unique in design and color. Who won't love this adorable addition to their home. Owls are wonderful night creatures and this one looks like it had a wonderfully late night :) For more information and clocks click on the link

Hand painted on resin

Measures 7.5" x 12" - Requires 1 AA battery (not included)

Clock mechanism warranted for two years

Acorn pendulum swings back and forth

Table and Alarm Clocks

More interesting choices of bird clocks for you home decor.

Penguin Culinary Creature Clock Sculpture

Wow what a great clock for your kitchen. It is wonderful the way it was made using utensils and other small items from the kitchen. A butter dish body, spatula head feather and fork feet. This design is unique and whimsical in every way.

For more information and clocks click on the link

Penguin provides the perfect touch of unconventional merriment for your wall

Measures 13" tall x 8.5" wide x 3.75" deep ; Requires 1 AA battery

May be displayed hanging or free standing

Artist-crafted in the USA

Bird Photographs - From my yard in Northeast Pennsylvania

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Gold Finch is dazed after flying into a window.This little Finch does not want to leave the caring hands of my husband. I know how this tiny bird feels :)I don't see these majestic creatures often lately. Woody Woodpecker got his name from the Pileated Woodpecker.After a snow storm the bright red of the Northern Cardinals pop from the white blanket or winter down.A frequent gathering place for all birds. Caught a Chickadee coming in for a landing. Not seeing the Black Capped Chickadee much this winter 2013/14Taken from the kitchen. Snow Geese stopping for a rest.I am not certain of this bird. I think it is a young Northern HarrierTitmouse stunned from flying into a windowTitmouse after hitting windowTaken from inside the house. Winter Blue JayStunned Titmouse being warmed by handLittle Black Capped Chickadee dances on the ice for dinnerAn odd pair shelter on bush during winter storm - Northern Cardinal and Junco a/k/a Snow BirdYoung Robin after his first move from nestRed Winged atop the Evergreen wind blockGold Finch - not yet a bright yellow that gives this little bird its nameHumming birds at feeder on front porch - last year there were ten visiting dailyI found this nest on an early Spring dayThe Titmouse on the bottom flew into the window and was knocked out. His buddy woke him up before it got too cold.I think the Titmouse is thanking his friend for waking him. Birds do help each otherHummingbirds are amazing
Gold Finch is dazed after flying into a window.
Gold Finch is dazed after flying into a window.
This little Finch does not want to leave the caring hands of my husband. I know how this tiny bird feels :)
This little Finch does not want to leave the caring hands of my husband. I know how this tiny bird feels :)
I don't see these majestic creatures often lately. Woody Woodpecker got his name from the Pileated Woodpecker.
I don't see these majestic creatures often lately. Woody Woodpecker got his name from the Pileated Woodpecker.
After a snow storm the bright red of the Northern Cardinals pop from the white blanket or winter down.
After a snow storm the bright red of the Northern Cardinals pop from the white blanket or winter down.
A frequent gathering place for all birds. Caught a Chickadee coming in for a landing. Not seeing the Black Capped Chickadee much this winter 2013/14
A frequent gathering place for all birds. Caught a Chickadee coming in for a landing. Not seeing the Black Capped Chickadee much this winter 2013/14
Taken from the kitchen. Snow Geese stopping for a rest.
Taken from the kitchen. Snow Geese stopping for a rest.
I am not certain of this bird. I think it is a young Northern Harrier
I am not certain of this bird. I think it is a young Northern Harrier
Titmouse stunned from flying into a window
Titmouse stunned from flying into a window
Titmouse after hitting window
Titmouse after hitting window
Taken from inside the house. Winter Blue Jay
Taken from inside the house. Winter Blue Jay
Stunned Titmouse being warmed by hand
Stunned Titmouse being warmed by hand
Little Black Capped Chickadee dances on the ice for dinner
Little Black Capped Chickadee dances on the ice for dinner
An odd pair shelter on bush during winter storm - Northern Cardinal and Junco a/k/a Snow Bird
An odd pair shelter on bush during winter storm - Northern Cardinal and Junco a/k/a Snow Bird
Young Robin after his first move from nest
Young Robin after his first move from nest
Red Winged atop the Evergreen wind block
Red Winged atop the Evergreen wind block
Gold Finch - not yet a bright yellow that gives this little bird its name
Gold Finch - not yet a bright yellow that gives this little bird its name
Humming birds at feeder on front porch - last year there were ten visiting daily
Humming birds at feeder on front porch - last year there were ten visiting daily
I found this nest on an early Spring day
I found this nest on an early Spring day
The Titmouse on the bottom flew into the window and was knocked out. His buddy woke him up before it got too cold.
The Titmouse on the bottom flew into the window and was knocked out. His buddy woke him up before it got too cold.
I think the Titmouse is thanking his friend for waking him. Birds do help each other
I think the Titmouse is thanking his friend for waking him. Birds do help each other
Hummingbirds are amazing
Hummingbirds are amazing

Bird Photography Camera

Many of the bird photographs were taken using an Olympus camera. I used a Nikon SL 35 mm with a 300mm lens for years. When it was time to get a digital camera I changed makes and purchased an Olympus. I did not choose this camera, it was given to me as a gift. I had no problems with it and still use it. Unlike the 35mm figuring out the options available on the device is easy. I never did read the entire manual that came with the Nikon or had any schooling on the art of photography which is bummer. I love to learn and can only imagine the numerous things that were overlooked in my striving to teach myself.

`Flamingo Floaty` Pendulum Wall Clock

A cute fun pink flaming wall clock with added artistic splashes. This wonderful long legged bird is wearing a blue and white floaty tube. The legs are through the tube and the bright yellow legs move back and forth because they are the pendulum. For more information and clocks click on the link

17 1/1 in. Long, 13 in. Wide, 2 1/4 in. Deep

Cast Resin

Quartz Movement

Runs on 1 AA Battery

Fun Accent to Tropical Decor

"Fly Bird" Pendulum Clock

Just like the name suggests this cute clock is moved by the flying bird that is the unusual pendulum. A nice powder blue that is great for any kitchen decor. A blue color scheme is perfect. Watch as the bird flies by with every tick. Birds are one of my favorite ways to pass the time. Bird watching that is.

Clocks on Zazzle

I am a designer and sell my work on products at Zazzle. It doesn't seem right to have a clock lens and not add some of the more unusual work I have seen there. These gems come in different shapes. There are two different size round clocks and a square clock. I would love it if you stopped by one of my shops and checked out my work.

Here is a link to my one Just a Minute Clock Shop . It is not a Zazzle store.

I chose the first clock below simply because I am a fan of Gothic design and this Raven with a catch of what looks like mouse is stunning.

My choice of the four owls is due to my love of these wonderful creatures. I have a photo board dedicated to them.

Owl Pinterest Board

Bird Links

Some links provided to an array of different information on our feathered friend.

Video Bird Feeder Visitor - Birds and Other Creatures at Bird Feeders

These videos are all from my yard and porch in Ringtown Pennsylvania. I was just going to put up the hummingbirds but thought you might find interest in the other visitors to the bird feeder. Amazing wildlife of all kind seem to return to our little abode. More video with these wonderful creatures and others I have been fortunate enough to video can be found on my YouTube Channel. It is under my name Marisa Horn Youtube Channel

This is long video I took of the hummingbird feeder on my front porch. Turn up the sound to enjoy the wonders or these magnificent little creatures.

I put this together to build awareness of the animals and ecological plight. I set it to a sound track which puts these gorgeous photos together in an awesome display of nature and wildlife .... enjoy and please share the message.

This is a different feeding frenzy of the hummingbirds on my front porch. Turn up the sound to get the real feel of time spent with these beautiful tiny birds. For a long time when one flew by me I had to duck because the buzz of the wings scared me.

I had to add this. If you want to watch something other than birds these two are the bomb. I have never seen anything like it before and it happened in my back yard. They are eating bird seed that has fallen from the feeder. I do not know why this has not gone viral.

Another look at the backyard and our visitors. A bigger animal, the black bear is a regular visitor due to the bird feeders. I am always in awe that the tiny seeds are something they come by to eat.

To get an idea of how close these gorgeous black bear get to me this video shows the door screen. The posts you see are the porch railings. Another bird seed induced visit.

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