Check out Ronald de Mol's December 2022 trip with 35 species including Eld's Deer and Banteng. Thailand keeps getting better as a mammalwatching destination.
Thailand, December 2022
A trip report of a self-organized trip to Thailand. Spend 3,5 weeks driving around the country. In total 35 species of mammal were seen, including Sun Bear, 2x Leopard Cat, Banteng
New Trip Report: Phu Khiao Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand
A new report from Nick Cox. Phu Khiao Wildlife Sanctuary, 2022: Nick Cox, 3 days & 10 species including Dhole and Indochinese Grey Langur.
What bat spp ? Khao Yai, Thailand
And here is another post from Stuart Chapman. “Seen last week in the temple bat cave outside Khao Yai national park. Is it least horseshoe or intermediate horseshoe?&#
I spent a couple of weeks in Thailand in July 2017. I’ve been to Thailand many times and July isn’t the best month to mammal watch there. But no matter: I wanted to give my
New Trip Report: Thailand & Sri Lanka
Hi, I’ve just uploaded a really fabulous report from Stefan Lithner who was in Thailand and Sri Lanka earlier this year. Sri Lanka & Thailand, 2014: Stefan Lithner, 1 wee
Thailand: Hala Bala, 2010
In October 2010 I took advantage of a work trip to Malaysia to hop over the border to spend four nights in Hala Bala, one of my favourite national parks in South East Asia. My fri
Thailand: Hala Bala, 2008
I spent a couple of nights in Hala Bala Wildlife Reserve at the south east tip of Thailand in 2004. When I had to go to Malaysia for work in August 2008 I returned for four nights.
Thailand: Hui Kha Kaeng and Mae Wong, 2007
I was in Bangkok for work and had a free weekend in December 2007. This was my fifth visit to Thailand and it was getting progressively harder to see new mammals, especially within
Thailand: Khao Yai, 2006
I visited Khao Yai again in September 2006 during a weekend stopover in Thailand. The park, which is only two hours from downtown Bangkok, seemed better than I remembered from 200