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.

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Thailand's Macaques

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

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Pang Sida National Park

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

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Thailand's Asian Tapir

The TWC team camera trap one of Thailand's rarest mammals in KKNP

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The Clouded Leopard

 The Clouded Leopard, mysterious, rarely seen but soooo beautiful

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Tiny Bubble Blower

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

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Robby's Epic Road Trips

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

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Leopards in Thailand

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

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Kaeng Krachan National Park

Information and discussion from Thailand's largest national park

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Become a GREEN camper

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

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Latest Forum Posts...

    • Paul T's Avatar
    • Dugongs (sea cows)
    • Wow that fantastic info, I will definitely try that in the future. Currently stuck in lockdown in UK, this made my adventure juices start flowing again.
    • 13 Apr 2020 15:00
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Trang to Phatthalung Mountain ...
    • typical section of river, quite far upstream: typical section of trail: That might be the last mountain trip for a while until things calm down a bit. Travelling is still okay...
    • 05 Apr 2020 11:45
    • BKKBen's Avatar
    • Hiking Khao Luang, Nakhon Si T...
    • Yes, I won't be able to get down there, let alone do the hike. My wife called Kang on that number on February 5th this year, and we made a booking, but maybe he's now off doing something else. I...
    • 03 Apr 2020 14:59
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Phu Suan Sai & Phu Soi Dao...
    • I did Phu Soi Dao recently. This mountain is the 4th (or 5th depending on your source) highest in Thailand at 2120m. The trek is unusual in that it is only open in the rainy season and start of the...
    • 05 Mar 2020 15:45
    • wvwv's Avatar
    • Doi Langka Luang Trek (Khun Ch...
    • This is a good (if hazy) view of the other trek already discussed at the start of this thread. A cool bug on the way down. Thysia Wallichii. Excuse the dirt.
    • 04 Mar 2020 21:52
    • onflipflops's Avatar
    • Koh Chang National Park
    • The Golden Tree Snake (Chrysopelea ornata) can glide. I have seen one drop out of a tree right next to a lizard which it then chased but anyway missed. They do not drop out of the tree from the heat,...
    • 23 Feb 2020 09:41
    • Paul T's Avatar
    • Just some long overdued photos...
    • Really great set of photos! I am impressed with the quality of the P900 file as well, I find it an intriguing camera for nature buffs.
    • 15 Feb 2020 08:24
    • onflipflops's Avatar
    • Bird identification
    • My guess is female Plumbeous Water Redstart (Phoenicurus fuliginosus). But if you are on facebook, perhaps post it in the facebook group Thai Species Identification Help which is followed by some top...
    • 30 Jan 2020 11:58

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