Myrna Pearman's new book, Beauty Everywhere: Photo Essays by Myrna Pearman is out! This book, a compilation of five years of her Red Deer Advocate monthly photo essays (2010-2015), has arrived just in time for Christmas.
Purchase it here in our EBF bookstore.
It is also available through Myrna Pearman's official website here.
Also at the following retailers:
Kerry Wood Nature Centre, Red Deer
Hannas Seeds, Lacombe
Alix Home Hardware, Alix
Parkland Garden Centre, Red Deer
Peavey Mart stores
Wildbird General Store, Edmonton
Wild Bird Store, Calgary
Myrna will be holding an official book launch at Kerry Wood Nature Centre from 2:00 - 4:00 PM on Sunday December 4th. Refreshments will be served.
Our EBF webcams have revealed the mystery of our disappearing bird seed! And here we were blaming the squirrels for figuring out how the weight activated feeders worked. We will obviously have to move the feeders higher up, out of their reach.
Watch our live webcam any time of day here.
Claudia LIpski has helped our IT wizard, Scott H, get the owl webcam ready. Her most recent job was to nidificate: she robbed a few neighbourhood magpie nests of sticks and rearranged them in the owl basket so that Ellie and Albert will have some nice renovated digs to move into. (Nidificate--to build a nest)
Ellis Bird Farm
Video Stories here
When purchasing from our online bookstore, Myrna will be happy to "sign" any of her books for you.
All proceeds from the sales of these books support the education, conservation, and research programs of Ellis Bird Farm.
· Household brooms
· Yarn and plastic lacing cord
· Umbrellas to loan out to visitors on rainy days
· Wooden or nature-based plastic beads for our school and day camp programs
· Old fashioned one-speed bike (to keep the farmstead theme of EBF). This would be used for staff to open and close the gate and other errands around the site.
· Leaf blowers
· Bistro sets (small table, two chairs
We celebrate the contributions cats and birds make to our lives, our environment, and our communities, and invite Canadians to consider what they can do to make Canada a safer place for both cats and birds. Here.