Eoin Warner

Genres: Environment | Nature | West Cork

Naturalist Eoin Warner is a wildlife documentary presenter in both the Irish and English languages and has presented some of Ireland’s foremost nature documentaries in recent years. In 2017 he was awarded two national media prizes for his work on “Éire Fhiáin”. He has co-presented on the English language documentary “A Wild Irish Year” and recently completed an internationally broadcast three-hour series titled “Ireland’s Wild Islands”. Eoin is currently working on a natural history documentary on the Burren. He is an avid free-diver and loves nothing more than to be in, on or under the sea. Eoin has travelled extensively to explore our wildest places from Botswana to Antarctica and has a keen sense of our ecological responsibilities. Eoin grew up by the Atlantic Ocean outside Bantry in West Cork and now lives in Galway.

Eoin Warner’s attendance at West Cork Literary Festival is supported by Creative Places West Cork Islands and Cork County Council


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