Spring is just around the corner.
Join the celebration with a bird-watching weekend April 4-6 jointly hosted by the Madison Museum of Fine Art (MMoFA) and the Farmhouse Inn at Hundred Acre Farm. The weekend includes a Saturday morning brunch and birding presentation, a reception at the MMoFA, breakfast Sunday morning at Apalachee Landing, and weekend-long bird-watching.
Birds & Blooms Magazine in their October 2009 issue named the Farmhouse Inn at Hundred Acre Farm as one of the Top 10 Bed & Breakfast in North America for birding.
"……on the headwaters of Lake Oconee just to the northeast is Oconee National Forest, home to bald eagles that are often on the inn’s property. Guests can use a “birding basket” that includes bird call recordings and bird identification books and binoculars. You can also read about other guests’ sightings and write about your own in the inn’s birding journals. ………"
Friday, April 4, 6-8pm: Welcome and introductions
Saturday, April 5, 12p: Brunch and slide show
Saturday, April 5, 4pm: MMoFA reception
Sunday, April 6, 8am: Breakfast at Apalachee Landing and Canoeing And, of course, there's all the hiking, walking, and enjoying nature and the farm in the meantime.
If you're not staying at the inn, you can participate in all four events for $40/person.
Please contact Crystal and Ellis Johnson at Hundred Acre Farm for more details: 706-342-7933 or email@example.com.