Fence to be used to guide wildlife

31 May 2019 09:16 #5222 by INFO
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 Heritage-listed Khao Yai and Thap Lan national parks.

Prawatsart Chanthep, head of Thap Lan National Park in Na Di district of Prachin Buri, said that they have found animal tracks, including those of serows and tigers since the corridor opened.  

"This is something quite new to the department. It is the first time that we will build guide fences and we hope that they will increase the ability of wild animals to move freely between the two national parks, which have already been connected by the wildlife corridor," he said. 

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