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About Kuiburi National Park
WWF-Thailand works with the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation and related government agencies to protect wildlife in Kuiburi National Park, using a combination of wildlife habitat restoration, anti-poaching measures including patrolling and community outreach, and buffer zone management to reduce Human-Elephant conflict and provide watershed ecosystem value to peoples. The project is also working to secure critical wildlife habitat, and aims to extend the Park into surrounding forest areas.
Anti-poaching measures in the Park include promoting an intelligence network to strengthen law enforcement and protection, on-the-ground patrols and joint patrolling operations between homeland security agencies, the National Park and WWF-Thailand in remote and insecure areas, and community outreach to build partnerships with local people that promote zero poaching.