Ellis Bird Farm acknowledges that we work, play, and learn on Treaty 6 territory, traditional homeland of many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit groups since time immemorial. Additionally, we give thanks for all the teachings these groups have passed on about the importance of caring for and giving back to our natural spaces and the creatures we share those spaces with. On our continuous journey of reconciliation, we appreciate the teachings of Indigenous elders and community leaders about the importance of the land and our connection with it.
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Who are we?
Ellis Bird Farm is a non-profit organization dedicated to conservation, education & sustainable agriculture. We promote environmental education and wildlife conservation, overseeing an extensive Mountain Bluebird, Tree Swallow, and Purple Martin monitoring program.
Continuing the legacy of Charlie and Winnie Ellis through conservation, education, research and agriculture.
Offering credible, science-based, and trusted information through relevant research.
Informing and inspiring the public about the importance of nature, habitat protection, and conservation.
Demonstrating profitable, sustainable, and environmentally responsible farm management practices.