Conservation of Kui Buri National Park

Kui Buri National Park has a beautiful ecosystem not altered by human exploitation and occupation. The park is located in the Tenasserim Hills in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. Yingluck Shinawatra, the Thai Prime Minister and Defense Minister, visited the extraordinary terrain while discussing on the province’s plans for forestry and protection of wildlife.   Advertisements

Reforestation in Sa Kaeo province

The 12 Regiment of Army Rangers in Sa Kaeo province and people who live along the Thai-Cambodian border yesterday joined hands in planting 81,000 young trees in a reforestation project to honor Her Majesty the Queen. The reforestation was launched along the irrigation canal in Ban Mai Di Ngam Village in Aranyaprathet district, Sa Kaeo […]

Protecting Thailand’s National Icon: The Elephant

Poaching for international trade has escalated dramatically in recent years and is now the greatest threat to many of WWF’s and TRAFFIC’s flagship species. Poaching for the illegal ivory trade is having a devastating impact on wild elephants, particularly in Central Africa where many populations are plummeting towards local extinction; tens of thousand of elephants are […]