(Hines, Kirsten) Kirsten Hines is a writer, photographer and environmental educator focused on conservation. Her photography illustrates her award-winning books Attracting Birds to South Florida Gardens and Birds of Fairchild. Hines’s photography has appeared in other print and online publications and has been shown in exhibitions in the U.S. and internationally. She serves on the boards of Tropical Audubon Society, The Kampong, and Florida International University College of Arts, Science and Education. More of her nature writing and wildlife photography can be seen at www.KirstenNatureTravel.com. South Florida’s Biscayne Bay, its keys, the coral reef and the national park that protects them are celebrated in a new book, Biscayne National Park (Acadia Press), co-authored with James Kushlan, which features Hines’s historic images that together tell 300 years of Biscayne Bay’s story. The book’s publication kicks off the golden fiftieth-year anniversary celebrations of the establishment of Biscayne National Park, which stretches from Key Biscayne to Key Largo and from the mainland shore to the coral reef tract.