I've begun working on a five duck piece (buffleheads) that eventually will all be mounted on the wall as a flock flying by. I have a piece of driftwood that is 6 feet long(if it was straight it would be longer). It has a curve on both ends. I'm having trouble brainstorming on how to securely attatch it to the wall, including the weight of five mounts. I'm not home to check but I think it would be a stretch for it to be the right spacing to where both ends could be cut flush with the wall and screwed into studs. One of my thoughts was to cut it into sections, and anchor them all into a small oval piece that would attach to the wall. This would shorten the habitats overall length and bunch the ducks closely together, which I'm not sure I want to do. Any suggestions..?