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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

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    • Thai National Park Annual Clos...
    • We have not seen a new list published for 2019 yet but the list is usually 99% the same each year. There will be some small changes to the Marine National Parks as we have seen a continuation of the...
    • 20 Jul 2019 07:40
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Khao Phanom Bencha - trailhead...
    • A better idea of where the trail is after the campsite on the below photo. Note that this area does not really look like a campsite, but you might find a few bits of litter or an old campfire. The...
    • 19 Jul 2019 12:17
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    • World Heritage Kaeng Krachan
    • "The chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park has vowed to resolve a conflict between ethnic Karen locals and authorities after it scuppered the park’s bid for Unesco world heritage status. “The...
    • 16 Jul 2019 08:52
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    • Frog ID
    • I am not great at frog IDs. In that range it should rather be Polypedates leucomystax instead of P. megacephalus. Though there are some other Polypedates species down south.
    • 12 Jul 2019 11:29
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Kui Buri & Sam Roi Yot NPs...
    • Yes that's the one. That viewpoint is from the signposted "nature trail". Separately, if you walk down to the beach where the cave is, there is also another short 50m 'trail' up amongst layers of...
    • 10 Jul 2019 20:41
    • INFO's Avatar
    • Lost in a National Park !?!
    • Another group lost and found. "SURAT THANI: Rescuers found a Polish family, including two children, who were lost in a hilly forest on Koh Phangan, after a search lasting more than three hours on...
    • 09 Jul 2019 11:29
    • Paul T's Avatar
    • Baan Krang Viewpoint
    • In theory. It would depend on them having someone free to take you. I am nearly always with a ranger when in the park so did not have to test this out.
    • 09 Jul 2019 07:56
    • BKKBen's Avatar
    • Mae Wong National Park
    • I was at Mae Wong for a short trip from July 1-3, and while the weather was pleasant at the HQ area, once higher up the mountain, the wind and rain really made for tough birding (and trail walking)....
    • 05 Jul 2019 21:36
    • F.jacques's Avatar
    • Little spider with green abdom...
    • It was moving too fast, so I couldn't get a better shot. But I'll keep that in mind for the next time! Thank you :)
    • 05 Jul 2019 20:54

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