Wildlife & National Parks of Thailand

Wildlife Thailand is a nonprofit community website for public sharing of information, photographs, videos, experiences and tips on Thailand's wildlife, bio-diversity, national parks and protected areas. Creating international awareness of the wonderful wildlife and national parks of Thailand.

All of the articles on the site are submitted by the community as individual pieces. If you want to submit an article for inclusion in the site then contact us through the contact page or on the forum and we will give you an email address to submit to. You would need to send us a text file, plus any photographs prepared at 800 px longest side, plus video urls (if any). Alternatively you can just submit the article as a forum post. Please feel free to ask us any questions you may have.

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Picture of the Month - The Truth

Thailand offers a host of opportunities for trekking in her National Parks and wilderness areas. The terrain and conditions are often difficult as well as the humidity being punishing on the body. But the reward is to find a clearing or opening and to sit and drink in the beauty of it all and to understand your own lack of relevance to the natural cycle of the forest. The closest I ever come to a "spiritual" moment, egoless and irrelevant.

 

 

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