× The Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Uthai Thani and Tak Provinces, Thailand. The sanctuary was established in 1974, and is one of the largest and most important protected wildlife areas in Southeast Asia. The wildlife sanctuary was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations in 1991. The protected area is home to a diverse range of animals including large mammals, birds, and reptiles. It is Thailand's premier Wildlife research sanctuary.

Photos from Huai Kha Khaeng (July 2014 Visit...)

3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #2305 by wildambience
Just finished processing my photos from Huai Kha Khaeng visit in July this year. Thought I'd share a few highlights....

Perhaps most photogenic of all the creatures we encountered were the Jackals in the campground. This appears to be a juvenile & the family were very vocal the first night we camped.

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3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #2307 by wildambience
Black-headed Woodpeckers are surely one of the most beautiful woodpecker species on the planet, and they are very common in HKK, often travelling in groups.

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3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #2308 by wildambience
One afternoon while in the 1st tower (Haw Nok Yeung) a heavy thunderstorm passed by - thankfully it lightened up by 18pm so we were ale to walk out without getting too wet.

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3 years 8 months ago #2311 by onflipflops
Great shots Marc!
I love the shot of the Sambar in the rain. Don't see those pictures everyday.
Sambar generally does not seem to mind the rain too much.

And the amount of woodpeckers keeps surprising me every time I visit HKK. Lots of them, and also quite a few species sharing the same habitat. Last trip we got to see Black-headed Woodpecker, Laced Woodpecker, White-bellied Woodpecker, Common Flameback, and Greater Yellownape. Sometimes you see waves of multiple woodpecker species.

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3 years 8 months ago #2320 by Paul T
I agree - great shots, and the rain picture is very appealing. Great stuff!

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