Ananda Banerjee is the author of Common Birds of the Indian Subcontinent, Nature Chronicles of India - Essays on Wildlife, Wild Trail in Madhya Pradesh and Amy - The Amur Falcon. Banerjee is also a graphic designer and documentary photographer.
Banerjee is recipient of:
- Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Earth Heroes Award (2015)
- Environmental Journalist of the year, Asian Environmental Journalist Awards (AEJA - Singapore Environment Council) (2014)
- Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism, (2013)
Banerjee has been a distinguished visiting scholar & speaker at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA. He is Fellow with FEJI-ATREE (Forum of Environmental Journalists of India – Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment), IUCN - Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and The International League of Conservation Writers (ILCW).
In his 22-year professional career, Banerjee has worked in advertising agencies, non-governmental organizations and national news media houses in India. He has contributed to several books, magazines, galleries and museums around the globe - Grosvenor Gallery, London; National Museum of Natural History (Naturalis), Leiden; World Water Exhibition, Hague; Water Asia Exhibition, New Delhi, International Crane Foundation, Wisconsin to name a few.
Banerjee's tweets @protectwildlife. For talks / seminars / workshops / projects / programs write to firstname.lastname@example.org