Anna Weinstein

Former Director of Marine Conservation

Anna Weinstein is the former Director of Marine Conservation at the National Audubon Society. She earned her master's degree in marine ecology from the Boston University’s Marine Program in Woods Hole, MA and has 25 years of experience in coastal and marine conservation in the San Francisco Bay area.

Articles by Anna Weinstein

Eelgrass is the Climate-fighting Hero the Ocean Needs
June 08, 2021 — This seagrass provides carbon storage, feeding grounds for birds, and a refuge for sea life from more acidic waters.
More Food on the Table for New England's Puffins and Terns
January 14, 2021 — Federal fishery managers took decisive action to protect Atlantic herring, a fish many seabirds eat.
New Study Finds Humboldt Bay is Among the Most Important Places in the Entire Hemisphere for Migratory Shorebirds
December 07, 2020 — Its intertidal mudflats crowded with migratory shorebirds each year, this California bay is threatened by the aquaculture industry.
Celebrating the First-ever World Albatross Day
June 18, 2020 — A chance to highlight these magnificent, globe-trotting birds and learn what we can do to protect them.
California Pioneers a New Way to Manage Fish for Birds
March 10, 2020 — The Golden State enacted a new policy this month to ensure there are plenty of Pacific herring in the sea.