General Meeting — Speaker: Bonnie Flamer
October 25 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Bonnie Flamer, a San Fernando Valley Audubon board member, will be presenting a slide show on her trip to the Pantanal region of Brazil where she traveled with a local ornithologist. She was able to capture images of over 60 bird species endemic to the area and mammals such as the Capybara and Jaguar. She will also be talking about photography in general.
Bonnie studied photography at California State University, Northridge and in 1981 became a founding member of Women in Photography, Los Angeles. Bonnie has exhibited both nationally and internationally. She was selected for the Women in Photography show published in Zoom magazine 1989, Paris, France, which toured internationally, and in the United States. She has exhibited at numerous galleries, colleges, and museums.
A large body of her work from the years of 1960–1990 is represented as medium format black and white gelatin prints. In recent years Bonnie’s focus has turned to travel and wildlife photography. Her recent children’s book, published in 2013, is about the migration of a young buffalo with his family, “Once Upon a Time in Yellowstone” is currently being sold at the Western Heritage Center in Billings, Montana.