Thailand's Western Forest Complex (Huai Kha Keng Wildlife Sanctuary) is one of the last havens for breeding tigers and also shelters elephants, clouded leopards, gaurs and other rare species. As a result, it's a top protection priority for Wildlife Conservation Society and the Thai government.
That's why we were so thrilled by recent camera trap footage from the forest. It demonstrates what WCS staff already know: with proper protection from poaching, wildlife will flourish. These show the incredible diversity of species that can flourish
once the proper protections are in place: a tigress and her cubs feeding on a kill, leopards and dholes investigating scents, and a clouded leopard – normally so heavily camouflaged that it can hide in plain sight – walking by. Then write your members of Congress urging them to continue U.S. support for efforts like these that combat the illegal international wildlife trade. secure3.convio.net