WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY in Thailand

“Thailand Wildlife” is a personal wildlife conservation photography endeavour to assist in facilitating communication, conservation and public awareness through wildlife imagery.

ThailandWildlife.com is a personal pro bono undertaking by its photographers to support Thailand on a personal level, it is not commercial nor does the site license images, sell images or image rights.

The conservation archive of the site has now closed.

 

” ….. I CALL ON ALL CITIZENS, BUSINESSES AND GOVERNMENTS TO PLAY THEIR PART IN PROTECTING THE WORLD’S WILD ANIMALS AND PLANTS. THE ACTIONS TAKEN BY EACH OF US WILL DETERMINE THE FATE OF THE WORLD’S WILDLIFE. THE FUTURE OF WILDLIFE IS IN OUR HANDS!”
FORMER UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY-GENERAL BAN KI-MOON
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Paul Thompson

Wildlife photographer Paul, has a range of subject areas but his primary photographic interest is cryptic mammals. He has retired from active conservation photography, for health reasons, and his personal archive is now located at the site links below:

Contact : Paul[AT]ThailandWildlife[dot]com
Latest Images: Click Here
Personal Website : PaulThompson.Gallery 

Ian Edwardes

Wildlife photographer Ian’s main photography interests are primarily arthropods with spiders being a particular personal interest. He also has extensive experience with camera trapping in a wide range of Thai forests for over 10 years, in his search for images of Thailand’s elusive mammals.

Contact : Ian[AT]ThailandWildlife[dot]com
Latest Images : Click Here

Ian Edwardes Thailand

Ton Smits

Wildlife photographer  Ton considers Thailand to be the world’s most exciting wildlife destination. Ton’s primary focus is on herpetofauna and mammals, but virtually anything that is alive and crosses his path is at risk of being photographically captured.

Contact : TON[AT]ThailandWildlife[dot]com
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Ton Smits Thailand
Geoff Potter

Geoff Potter

Birding photographer Geoff’s lifelong interest in birds and their habitats has been combined with his early experience with design and photography to produce some outstanding bird images. Years of involvement in education make passing these experiences on to a younger generation a priority for Geoff.

Contact : Geoff[AT]ThailandWildlife[dot]com
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