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The All-Bird Bulletin, Fall 2009 [1.4 MB PDF]

News + Links

NANPA Philip Hyde Grant enables Beth Huning to illustrate audio-visual tours of wetlands restoration in San Francisco Bay and the Outer Coast

Bay Nature Magazine October 2011: Steering the Ship of Wetlands Conservation
Connecting with: Beth Huning, Coordinator, San Francisco Bay Joint Venture

Beth Huning's current position as Coordinator of the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture isn't her first role in the field of wetlands conservation, but it certainly is one that brings together her passion for birds, her commitment to environmental protection, and her ability to work well with people representing many different constituencies. Read article »

Beth Huning Receives 2011 North American Nature Photography Association Foundation Philip Hyde Grant Award Highlighting the Use of Photography in Conservation Efforts
Through her work in the San Francisco Bay area, photographer Beth Huning is developing multimedia web-based programs, exhibits, and publications as part of a campaign to raise public awareness and build a constituency for the largest wetland restoration projects on the West Coast. As a photographer, Beth documents the historical turning of tides as diked baylands, salt ponds, and urban areas are returned to their historic tidal flows, where she also oversees the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture, a program to coordinate the restoration projects. See http://yourwetlands.org and http://sfbayjv.org for more information about the project and restoration of San Francisco Bay and nearby coastal wetlands.

21st Century Partnerships Restoring San Francisco Bay and Coastal Wetlands
in The All-Bird Bulletin, Bird Conservation News and Information, Fall 2009
by Beth Huning, Coordinator, San Francisco Bay Joint Venture [1.4 MB PDF]

Marin snapshot: Naturalist leads efforts to protect, expand habitats
Marin Independent Journal,May 2, 2009.
As Marin and the rest of the country celebrates wetlands month in May, Beth Huning of the Fairfax-based Bay Area Joint Venture works to expand wetlands in the county and around the Bay Area. Wetlands are marshy areas that help wildlife thrive and survive, and the Woodacre resident coordinates various groups to make expansion projects happen. More »

San Francisco Bay Joint Venture

North American Nature Photography Association


Books Co-Authored by Beth

The San Francisco Bay Joint Venture: Celebrating 15 years of partnerships protecting wetlands and wildlife

The San Francisco Bay Joint Venture: Celebrating 15 years of partnerships protecting wetlands and wildlife



Bird Gardens

Bird Gardens: Welcoming Wild Birds to Your Yard
Brooklyn Botanic Garden 21st-Century Gardening Series



Bird Gardens

Hummingbird Gardens: Turning Your Yard Into Hummingbird Heaven
Brooklyn Botanic Garden 21st-Century Gardening Series>