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Book Talk: Seasons at a New England Bog

Bob Fleck

May 11 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Seasons at a New England Bog
Book Talk and Signing with Bob Fleck
Saturday, May 11 / 1 PM – 2 PM

Included with General Admission

New England is home to many fresh and saltwater wetlands, among them bogs and fens. Each of these vital and sensitive habitats is a living, breathing entity that changes every time you stop by.

During this program, photographer Bob Fleck will take us on a photographic journey to witness the dramatic seasonal changes that occur throughout the year; the transitions in the plant and animal communities that call these special environments home. In particular, Bob will focus on one of the most important and spectacular seasonal events – bird migration, highlighting the diverse array of birds that depend on bogs for safety and refuge during their annual migrations.

Afterward, author Bob Fleck will be available to sign books. Copies of Seasons at a New England Bog will be available for sale.*

*Purchase a copy of Seasons at a New England Bog – A Photographic Essay at the VINS Nature Store and receive admission for two to our Nature Center, while supplies last. Offer valid May 11, 2024 only.

About the Author
Bob FleckAn avid hiker and lover of nature, Bob Fleck has had a fascination with cameras and the outdoors since an early age. The serious pursuit of photography emerged with the development of modern digital cameras. The approach of retirement provided the time needed to pursue and refine this interest.

Today, Bob continues his photography adventures with the publishing of a fine art, hard-cover photography book depicting the seasonal changes observable near a New England Bog, Seasons at a New England Bog – A Photographic Essay. Bob also does exhibitions of his printed photography and offers book talks and nature photography presentations at libraries, public meetings, and other venues that care about nature. A portion of sales of Bob’s works are contributed to organizations dedicated to conserving our natural world.

Photo: Yellow Warbler by Bob Fleck

For more information, contact us at 802.359.5000 or info@vinsweb.org.