Welcome to Bluebird Hollow Farm

Bluebird Conservation Organization

Nestled away in the gorgeous upper Broomtown Valley near LaFayette, GA in the Bluebird Capital of the Sunny South and Queen City of the Highlands in the beautiful Walker County is Bluebird Hollow Farm.
Established in June 1992 by Ray C. and Charlotte Burnfin, it is located in a rustic and bucolic valley setting and is indeed a bluebird haven. In the shadow of Atwood Mountain, which is an outstanding feature of the Pigeon Mountain Range, its environment is both serene and tranquil being also rich in Native American history.
Bluebird Hollow Farm, Inc., now a Georgia for-profit corporation since March 2012, takes pride in the leadership role it plays in bluebird conservation and education. It holds life membership and is now designated as an affiliate member of the North American Bluebird Society. For our nonprofit organization of special musical offerings, please visit Golden Sound Music, Inc.

Our Goals

At Bluebird Hollow Farm, we make it our goal to establish horticultural gardens with many plant varieties, flowers, trees, and shrubs. We also want to be a preferred venue for music concerts, outdoor weddings, receptions, family reunions, birthday parties, picnics, and numerous similar family-valued activities. In addition, we accommodate churches, businesses, and civic organizations for purposes of religious, business, and educational activities.