Category Archives: wildlife photography

Back to the forest

Two months away from Don Chao Poo Forest can seem like a very long time. Returning, we find some things have changed while others remain more or less as they were. The rainy season has got started now so low-level … Continue reading

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Population increases in Don Chao Poo Forest

  There is no doubt that the population of long-tailed macaques in Don Chao Poo Forest, Phana, is increasing and in the long run that could adversely affect the lives of the monkeys as well as nearby human residents. In … Continue reading

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Shooting Thai Monkeys

If you have a camera, no matter the type, and an eye for photography, then Phana, Thailand is calling you.  This small village of 2,000 is tucked away far from the tourism industry (about 650 KM from Bangkok) and hosts … Continue reading

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Busy in the Forest

It is amazing how much a dedicated volunteer researcher can achieve in a short time. Laura Brodey was with us for just under three weeks but she left a substantial body of work behind her when she left earlier this … Continue reading

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More forest fauna

Elizabeth has produced some more striking photographs of forest fauna. We are awaiting confirmed identification but in the meantime, enjoy the photos!                

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Newly discovered fauna in the Monkey Forest

Using the term ‘Monkey Forest’ in this post may be misleading because what I am celebrating here is species that have not previously featured on this website and which we were unaware even existed in the forest. There are a … Continue reading

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Diary of a butterfly hunter

Diary of a butterfly hunter (The Don Chao Poo Forest research continues): Contributed by Elliot Capp After my time at ZSL London Zoo working in Butterfly Paradise I developed quite an affinity for butterflies and moths, and one of my … Continue reading

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