Wildlife of Thailand

Photo of a leopard cat (Wikiepdia)

Wild Thailand – A Forgotten And Rarely Seen Wilderness National Geographic

Thailand: A Traveller’s Wildlife Guide (Traveller’s Wildlife Guides)

Thailand holds a special place in the minds of the world’s nature-lovers as a paradise of splendid tropical forests, untrammelled ocean beaches, and spectacular underwater coral grottos. This book provides all the information a visitor would need to find, identify, and learn about Thailand’s magnificent animal and plant life. Identifying and location information on the most frequently seen animals. It features full-colour illustrations of nearly 600 of Thailand’s most common insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, and coral fish. It provides up-to-date information on the ecology, behaviour, and conservation of the animals. It offers information on Thailand’s habitats and on the most common plants you will encounter. Brief descriptions of Thailand’s most frequently visited parks and reserves.

List of species native to Thailand – Wikipedia

Thailand elephant conservation holiday

Going on an elephant conservation holiday is a different way of spending your holidays in Thailand.

On this one-of-a-kind holiday, not only will you spend days and nights getting up close and personal to elephants and learning to care for them at two incredible conservation centres, you will also visit Thailand’s annual elephant festival in Surin and explore one of the last natural habitats containing herds of wild elephants. More here

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