Liz Muñoz Huber

Senior Producer of Visual Storytelling, National Audubon Society

A native of southern California, Liz Muñoz Huber was raised with a deep appreciation for the environment and how it supports communities and diverse wildlife. As the senior producer of visual storytelling for Audubon, she enjoys using multimedia storytelling to bring the organization's on-the-ground conservation work to life.

She graduated from Harvard University, where she studied History and Literature and received a minor in Latino Studies and a citation in Spanish. In her free time, she enjoys catering to her cats and greyhound, photography, and trying to achieve the perfect tarte Tatin. Her favorite bird—at the moment—is the Anna’s Hummingbird.

Articles by Liz Muñoz Huber

Two siblings with red hair prepare their art to sell at an outdoor stall
Twins Enrich Artmaking and Bring Attention to the Federal Duck Stamp Contest by Entering Together
March 13, 2024 — By sharing the behind the scenes of entering the annual contest, Kira Sabin and Kess Fennell hope to inspire the next generation of artists and conservationists.
A White-chinned Jacamar perched on a thin tree branch, in a forested area, with its beak slightly ajar.
The 124th Christmas Bird Count: An Annual Event Connecting Birders Across the Hemisphere
February 07, 2024 — Take a tour of Christmas Bird Counts ranging from coastal Texas to the savannahs and forests of Colombia and back to the Eastern Seaboard.
A photo of a Least Tern parent holding a worm towards its chick, which has its mouth open, on the beach.
Dog Lover to Dog Lover: It’s Time to Share the Shore
August 31, 2023 — As shorebirds face innumerable obstacles to survive, small actions like leashing our pets or sticking to dog-friendly beaches can go a long way.
A portrait of JP Brammer standing in front of a leafy green tree at a park.
Picking Up the Pen Again: JP Brammer Reignited His Passion Sketching Birds
March 02, 2023 — We spoke with the illustrator and writer who reimagined the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher for Audubon’s The Aviary series about inspiration, process, and generating understanding through art.
For the Community, From the Community: A Conversation with Marcos Trinidad
January 10, 2023 — Trinidad—center director at Audubon Debs Park in Los Angeles—spoke with us about his roots in LA, his work making the outdoors more inclusive, and his new podcast Human/Nature.
An Osprey sitting in the Boat House nest while a boat is out on the water in the background.
For the First Time, Osprey Chicks Have Successfully Fledged from Hog Island’s Boathouse Nest
November 10, 2022 — Hog Island’s annual service week leads to a nesting win for on-cam fish hawks Dory and Skiff.
Sebastian Moreno standing outside with binoculars strapped around his neck.
Sebastian Moreno Wants Everyone to Feel Empowered to Be a Community Scientist
September 22, 2022 — Moreno—an environmental conservation Ph.D. candidate, licensed falconer, and Latino Outdoors volunteer—spoke with us about his research on community science and the importance of access to the outdoors.