Dramatic growth in the number of people vising Khao Yai National Park over the past decade means there are now … Continue reading Wildlife safety tips for drivers
Three years after the original flying bear incident at Khao Yai, Sunny touched down in Bangkok to prepare for his … Continue reading Bears Might Fly 2
If you found a Numbat in Khao Yai National Park, it would be one seriously lost marsupial. But this unique … Continue reading Wildlife art competition: What’s a Numbat?
Monitoring wildlife is crucial to prioritizing high risk areas for stretched patrol staff tasked with stopping poaching in Thailand’s forests. … Continue reading Digital eyes in the forest
FREELAND has been monitoring wildlife in Thailand’s forests for more than a decade in cooperation with the Department of National … Continue reading Smithsonian Wild Retrospective
Thailand’s Department of Highways is considering ways to improve the road transportion link between Nakhon Ratchasima and Prachin Buri, by … Continue reading Can a wider highway be safer for Khao Yai’s animals?
Professional and amateur photographers, photography enthusiasts and students are invited to submit photo entries to the first ASEAN-wide photo contest … Continue reading Zooming in on Biodiversity