The Burchell’s White Hill Farmhouse Inn offers a pleasant and convenient place to stay while enjoying abundant birding opportunities in the Central Platte and Rainwater Basin region. This region is famed for the Sandhill Crane migration each March, as well as abundant migratory shorebirds and waterfowl spring-fall. The Inn is situated on 5.9 acres. Also available for birding is a nearby 8-acre native prairie pasture. The pasture has mixed-grass prairie and woodland habitats. Birds seen on site include sandhill cranes, bald eagles, snow geese, greater prairie-chickens, and numerous songbirds that visit the Ard’s feeders. Other wildlife including deer are also abundant. Please visit the website for more information about the Inn, restaurant, and other facilities including special events. Birding opportunities are available to all inn guests. Those not staying at the inn should contact the Ard’s for permission before exploring.