Juanita Browne

Juanita Browne, a science graduate with an MA in Media Studies, has over 20 years of communications experience across books, magazines, newspapers, radio and television. She currently works with Crossing the Line Productions, on natural history documentaries for television, including the multi-award-winning Secret Life of the Shannon and On a River in Ireland which won first prize in the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2013 Juanita has produced two radio documentary series for RTÉ Radio 1, entitled Nature on One, consisting of 16 half-hour documentaries.

Juanita has published numerous books, including: Ireland’s mammals (Browne Books, 2005); Kildare’s natural heritage (Browne Books, 2008), Put the kettle on – the Irish love affair with tea (Collins Press, 2013); and My first book of Irish animals (Browne Books, 2014), which was shortlisted for the Literacy Association of Ireland Children’s Book Award 2015.

She also edits Biodiversity Ireland, the magazine of the National Biodiversity Data Centre.

Updated June 2017

My first book of Irish animals (Browne Books, 2014)
Put the kettle on – the Irish love affair with tea (Collins Press, 2013)
Kildare’s natural heritage (Browne Books, 2008)
Ireland’s mammals
(Browne Books, 2005)

Juanita Browne at Cois Life