In close co-operation with National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary authorities, we collect our camera trap footage every other month, take notes on the treks and try to evaluate migration patterns, reproduction probability and overall gain a better insight into the diverse fauna Khao Sok has to offer.

New camera trap for our Wildlife Monitoring Project

We recently had a pleasure to welcome Mr. Niall F. McCarten,…

Wading through flooded jungle to reach camera traps

Retrieving the camera trap footage from the jungles of Khao…

Great Argus’s fascinating courtship display

As we could see from our recent, amazingly rare wild elephant…

Our most exceptional wild elephant footage yet!

While our previous trek deep into the jungles of Khao Sok…

Spectacular wild cats of Khao Sok National Park

The past couple of trips to retrieve memory cards from the…

2,500 trees planted to aid wild elephants and CO2 offsetting!

We are very excited to announce that our tree-planting…

Fea's Muntjac and plenty of other wildlife right in front of our camera traps

As fascinated as we were of the exceptional male elephant…

An unusual male elephant herd caught on camera traps!

After our most exciting trek so far, we were intrigued to…

Wild elephant sounds and fresh dung

We started our latest trip to the jungle by collecting…
Wild elephant family on Elephant Hills camera traps Khao Sok

Amazing wild elephant family captured on camera traps!

vAfter returning from our latest trip to the jungle,…