Wildlife Thailand

Wildlife & National Parks of Thailand

Wildlife Thailand is a nonprofit community website for sharing information, photographs and experiences on Thailand's wildlife, bio-diversity and protected areas. Creating awareness of this wonderful world 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

The TWC team 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
    • Huai Kha Kaeng daytrip - lots ...
    • The young kings are black with thin yellow rings, but that color will change to brown when they turn older. If it was about a meter long, I would guess the Indochinese spitting cobra is probably more...
    • 13 Jun 2019 09:07
    • onflipflops's Avatar
    • Nong Pak Chi 10 elephants, 4 g...
    • The snake is indeed a Green Cat Snake (Boiga cyanea) mildly venomous but not really a danger to humans. The bear, even though a bit unclear, looks like Asian Black Bear, the more common of the two in...
    • 12 Jun 2019 18:38
    • onflipflops's Avatar
    • Access without a car?
    • Yes generally it's the elephants they use as an excuse. Every park has its own rules and depending on various factors they decide what's allowed or not. I agree that it is not really a logical reason,...
    • 12 Jun 2019 18:20
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Huai kha khaeng wildlife sanct...
    • For anybody who's like me and just carries a small tent around, a nice place to pitch it is Thap Salao Dam Park, about 6km south of HKK.  There're great views across the lake, not so many people,...
    • 08 Jun 2019 08:15
    • Paul T's Avatar
    • Common animal signs, scat and ...
    • 1) hard to say but potential large pad in photo would make one assume sun bear. 2) Do you have a size reference? Probably Dhole. 3) Porcupine
    • 01 Jun 2019 07:41
    • INFO's Avatar
    • Fence to be used to guide wild...
    • The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation will build two fences to guide wild animals, especially tigers, into using Highway 304's wildlife corridor linking the Unesco World...
    • 31 May 2019 09:16
    • INFO's Avatar
    • Marine animals upgraded to pre...
    • "FOUR MARINE species were announced yesterday as “preserved” animals after a long wait, following publication in the Royal Gazette.  Bryde’s whale (Balaenoptera edeni), Omura’s whale...
    • 31 May 2019 08:56

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