Wildlife Thailand

Wildlife & National Parks of Thailand

Wildlife Thailand is a community website for sharing information, photographs and experiences on Thailand's wildlife, bio-diversity, national parks and protected areas. Creating awareness of the wonderful natural Thailand around us.


Thailand's Macaques

The easiest way to narrow down the ID of Thailand's Macaque species


Pang Sida National Park

5 days in Pang Sida National Park with just rain and fog for company


Thailand's Asian Tapir

SIte members camera trap one of Thailand's rarest mammals in KKNP


The Clouded Leopard

 The Clouded Leopard, mysterious, rarely seen but soooo beautiful


Tiny Bubble Blower

Paul T tries out the new Laowa 24 mm macro lens on a small spittle bug


Robby's Epic Road Trips

A tribute to our late good friend Robby Lee and his epic travel guides


Leopards in Thailand

Its now the best time of year for those elusive sightings of leopards 


Kaeng Krachan National Park

Information and discussion from Thailand's largest national park


Become a GREEN camper

Can you do more to make your park stays more environmentally freindly?


Latest Forum Posts...

    • onflipflops's Avatar
    • Common animal signs, scat and ...
    • Tracks are confusing. I'll give you my guess, but I am in no ways certain. Tracks in Pa Hin Ngam NP looks like jackal based on size, the length vs width ratio, and the placement of the toes compared...
    • 20 Sep 2020 20:33
    • onflipflops's Avatar
    • Human elephant conflict
    • Well, my personal experience with them is that they tend to be shy and take off before you get close (with the exception of a couple areas where they are more used to seeing people). My guess is that...
    • 20 Sep 2020 20:11
    • WT admin's Avatar
    • Gaur in Kaeng Krachan
    • They are two separate species, The Thai name for a banteng is "wua daeng".
    • 20 Sep 2020 13:16
    • INFO's Avatar
    • Elephant slaughtered in Thai P...
    • Sipo Waterfall National Park officials believe a carcass of a headless elephant that was found in the park in Narathiwat was the ghastly work of ivory traders. On September 14, park officials were...
    • 18 Sep 2020 23:32
    • INFO's Avatar
    • Two interesting photo contests...
    • Two of the big wildlife photo contests are showing their results for 2020. Some interesting and inspiring photos are finalists In particular I think one of the finalists may be from Thailand and...
    • 06 Sep 2020 20:59
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Krok I Dok Waterfall Trek and ...
    • Thanks for the correction. No not really, the trail is just a little wider than before, which means fewer leeches... In a couple of places where there is an incline, the motorbikes the rangers use...
    • 17 Aug 2020 15:33
    • Paul Rudd's Avatar
    • Bird Netting
    • Well, I would say that bats have more meat on them than the tiny birds the man is catching and to be honest I wouldn't care if it was bats he was catching rather than our precious native birds.
    • 15 Aug 2020 10:27
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Mo singto watchtower
    • I'm quite sure this tower has been demolished. There's nothing at the site mapped above, just this Elongated Tortoise, Indotestudo elongata. Strangely though they are still putting it on...
    • 14 Aug 2020 17:03

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One of the largest Online Gallery of wildlife images from Thailand. It contains some superb images and showcases Thailand's incredible bio-diversity including mammals, birds, arthropods, wild cats and underwater images.

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