Promoting Conservation, Research, Education and Recreation in Elk Island National Park.

Who are the Friends of Elk Island?
Elk Island National Park is about 45 kilometers East of Edmonton, Alberta.
Incorporated in July 1984, the Friends of Elk Island Society (FEIS) is a non-profit, charitable association that cooperates with Parks Canada to promote understanding, appreciation and respect for Elk Island National Park.

The FEIS fulfills this mission by participating in conservation, science based research and events, whilst also providing services to it’s members. The FEIS raises funds and administers donations to further the objectives of the Society.

The Board
The FEIS is managed by a board of directors who are elected annually by the society’s membership. The board acts as a source of advice, information, funding and volunteer support whilst also establishing and implementing policies and goals for the society.

For the official Parks Canada Elk Island National Park Website, click here.

Support conservation and become a member (or renew your membership)! Please see our membership page!


Interested in donating to the Society? Visit our donation page here for more information.



Are you looking for something a bit more dynamic? Then why not visit us on Facebook or Meetup.com? We post our volunteer opportunities (such as the mesocarnivore monitoring project on Meetup.com.


Friends of Elk Island Society
Please be aware that participating in Friends of Elk Island Society events (e.g. hikes, citizen science, etc.) may entail strenuous physical activity, encounters with potentially dangerous wildlife, exposure to biting insects, and inclement weather.  Please prepare accordingly.