Thankful for you: Thank you to Bob Rohr
We’re thankful for you!
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Bedford Audubon. With such a small Staff, we rely on volunteers to help us with projects big and small. We wouldn’t be nearly as successful without them! Volunteers bring energy, joy, and hope to the mission. We’re highlighting some of our Volunteers during this season of thanks and giving to show our appreciation for them.
Thank you, Bob Rohr!
Bob attended SUNY Purchase School of Fine Arts, studying film. During a 30-year career with IBM as an Education Program Manager, he produced educational videos, and finally streaming content. In his spare time, Bob worked on two independent feature films and served two terms as Yorktown Central School District Trustee. Bob maintained his interest in photography over the years, specializing in landscapes and abandoned buildings.
He’s working on becoming a birder.
At Bedford Audubon, Bob captures the seasonal beauty of our Leon Levy Native Garden and sanctuaries in pictures. You can spot his work all over our website, email, and social media platforms. Thank you, Bob!
What’s Bob’s favorite bird?
The Red-headed Woodpecker.
Want to volunteer with us?
Head on over to our Volunteer page to learn more.
Banner photo: Native Honeysuckle berries in the Leon Levy Native Garden by Bob Rohr (2017).
Sidebar photo: Bob Rohr, enjoying good food and photography.