The Demolisher is in Phuket and has threatened to raze a number of high-end resorts and hotels. -But is it all bark or will there be a bite this time?
With places like Chatuchak and Minburi Weekend Market being closely monitored, wildlife traders have moved their stores to a new location: the Internet.
Five elephants murdered in Kaeng Krachan National Park may appear to be a poaching spree, until something foul starts to smell in the Forestry Department.
Talks within government point to a catastrophic event which will eliminate all the wader wintering sites in the inner gulf in ten years. -Is it time to start freaking out?
An excerpt from an article in Bangkok Post highlights the possibility of a comeback for the Sarus Crane in Thailand. -Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.
While tigers have been hunted out in some parts of the country, other places are now worried about the potential of overcrowding. Article from Bangkok Post and photo courtesy of Animal Planet.
News of helicopters crashing in Kaeng Krachan National Park has dominated the headlines for a few weeks now. Some are wondering: what were they doing there?
- Who needs to make a long trip to the forest to go birdwatching when everything you’d want to see can be found at the traders market in Phuket town?
With hundreds queued up in government hospitals afflicted with illnesses related to exposure to the elements, the cold conditions have also created a less-than-favorable situation for birds, especially those on migration.
Hot season can be devastating for birding numbers but an old trick helps to keep the love coming at all times. Photos by Ian Dugdale.