Birds and Breakfast
Connecting people to farmland, birds, and each other.
Birds and Breakfast is back for its 4th year of spotting beautiful birds and enjoying bountiful breakfasts BUT in a new location! Join me, Pete McLean, for a 2 hour bird walk around the varied habitats of Book & Plow Farm at 425 S. East St in Amherst. Once the group has seen its fair share of bird beauties we retire to the top of Tuttle Hill where a beautiful farm breakfast has been prepared by breakfast chefs extraordinaire Sky Loth and Erin Ferrentino. If you have been to Birds and Breakfast in the past then you know these ladies spare no expense in serving up a proper breakfast. Last year’s Bird Boasts: Scarlet Tanager, Black Throated Green Warbler, Green Heron, Bobolink, Eastern Meadowlark, and Blue-Winged Warbler. Last year’s farm Breakfast Boasts: Huevos Rancheros, Bacon-Spinach Frittata, Raspberry Scones, Cinnamon Raison French Toast, and the always popular Eggs/Sausage/Potatoes/Onions in a huge cast iron skillet! The program begins at 7:00 AM at the Book & Plow Farm greenhouse (425 S. East in Amherst) and breakfast is served at 9:00 AM. The cost is $30 per person. Please sign up in advance (so Erin and Sky can make enough blueberry pancake batter!) by filling out the form below. Can’t wait to see you all again and to make some new friends!
This year’s dates: 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31
When: 7AM to 10AM
Where: 425 S. East St Amherst MA 01002