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New Images added in December 2018

TWC Conservation Archive image additions December 2018

The “conservation archive” has image updates for the month of December 2018

The updates for December 2018 consist of new images taken by the Thailand Wildlife Collective‘s photographers. The new images are taken as the cool season starts starts in the mountain forests and light rather than the lack of it once again becomes a tool to the photographers. The new additions for the month of December include:

    • Dec 1 – Addition of Indochinese grey langur, Trachypithecus crepusculus images by Paul Thompson.

 

2018-12-01T05:42:22+00:00December 1st, 2018|

New Wildlife Images November 2018

TWC Conservation Archive image additions November 2018

The “conservation archive” has image updates for the month of November 2018

The updates for November 2018 consist of new images taken by the Thailand Wildlife Collective‘s photographers. The new images are taken in the end of the current rainy season as better but colder weather starts to transition in the mountain forests. The new additions for the month of September include:

2018-11-27T05:34:28+00:00November 27th, 2018|

New Images September 2018

TWC Conservation Archive image additions September 2018

The “conservation archive” has image updates for the month of September 2018

The updates for September 2018 consist of new images taken by the Thailand Wildlife Collective‘s photographers. The new images are taken in the height of the current rainy season, one Thailand’s most severe in many years.  The new additions for the month of September include:

2018-10-03T03:25:28+00:00September 1st, 2018|

Image additions August 2018

TWC Conservation Archive image additions August 2018

The “conservation archive” has image updates for the month of August.

The updates for August 2018 introduce a host of new images  taken by the Thailand Wildlife Collective’s photographers. The new images are taken in the current rainy season and you will see style and species content changes as the full force of the rainy season takes affect and photographable species change in tandem with the seasonal change. The new additions for the month of August include:

2018-08-20T00:50:50+00:00August 7th, 2018|

Image additions July 2018

Conservation Archive image additions July 2018

The “conservation archive” has a number of image updates for the month of July.

The updates introduce a host of new images for the month of July taken by the collective’s photographers. The new images mark the arrival of the rainy season and you will see style and species content changes as they mirror the change in the season here in Thailand and resident animal lifecycles change to suit the changing conditions in the forest. The new additions for the month of July include:

  • Jul 1 – Addition of Asian golden weaver and Banded kingfisher images by Geoff Potter.
  • Jul 8 – Addition of gaur, sambar, jackal and asiatic elephant images from Kaeng Krachan National Park by Paul Thompson and Ian Edwardes.
  • Jul 8 -Addition of many new arthropod images from Paul Thompson taken at Chalerm Prakiat Thai Prachan National Park, Khao Luang National Park, and Khlong Yan Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Jul 3 – Addition of Southern Pig-tailed Macaque images from Paul Thompson taken at Khao Luang National Park.
  • Jul 3 – Addition of Draco blanfordii images from Paul Thompson taken at Thung Raya – Na Sak Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Jul 15 – Addition of Indochinese tiger and Asian golden cat camera trap images from an undisclosed location by Paul Thompson and Ian Edwardes.
  • Jul 23 – Addition of new arthropod images from Paul Thompson taken at Pang Sida National Park
  • Jul 28 – Addition of new reptile and amphibian images from Ton Smits, including the rare Brongersma’s Short-tailed Python amongst others, taken at various locations in south and central Thailand
  • Jul 30 – Addition of new primate images from Paul Thompson taken at various locations in northern Thailand
  • Jul 31 – Addition of Diard’s trogon images by Geoff Potter.
2018-08-07T02:11:05+00:00July 9th, 2018|

Becoming a TWC Contributor

Becoming a member of the TWC

We have had many requests for information on joining the Thailand Wildlife Collective (TWC) so we have put together some information on this for those with an interest.

The contributing photographers of the Thailand Wildlife Collective are a small group of dedicated wildlife photographers who are creating content for inclusion in the Thailand Wildlife Conservation Archive.

The Conservation Archive is an extensive online collection of high quality natural history photographic media that is made available to help conservation organizations, researchers and educators to directly support wildlife and habitat conservation in Thailand.

To become a TWC photographer you need to be…….

  1. a dedicated natural history photographer with a large body of work that you will be adding the Conservation Archive, as well as committing to improve the Conservation Archive through regular future submissions
  2. a natural history photographer who is noted for specializing in a particular subject area and is regarded in the community as having a deep knowledge of that subject area
  3. a photographer who can create exemplary work as well as produce photographs that are of the highest technical standards and compatible with media industry needs including full IPTC
  4. aware that the TWC is an ongoing commitment that relies on dedication and self financing from its members – the Conservation Archive is wholly non-commercial and facilitates its members to donate their time and work for conservation aims in Thailand
  5. aware that membership of the TWC is very limited and only adds up-to one contributing photographer member each year

We are eager to include photographers that can substantially improve the Conservation Archive and as such photographers with specializations in areas where the archive needs to be improved will be given due consideration.

So if you are comfortable with the above and have looked at the Conservation Archive and are confident that your images are at the minimum the standard of the images already in the Conservation Archive then please feel free to drop us a line showing us some of your natural history photography and telling us about your specialization and how you would improve the team.

2018-07-18T05:25:19+00:00July 1st, 2018|
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