WWF Thailand office
No. 87 Soi Paholyothin 5 (Rajakru),
Paholyothin Road, Samsen nai,
Phyathai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel: +662 619 8534 - 37
Fax: +662 619 8538 - 39
News & Publications
Boost for world’s elephants from Chor Chang campaign and legislation to protect Africa’s elephants in Thailand
Global efforts to tackle the surge in elephant poaching have been given a much-needed boost in ...
Chor Chang “ช” Saving Elephants, Our National Animal
Celebrities, artists, media and influential people nationwide join WWF to condemn killing of ...
WWF and TRAFFIC Applaud Global Commitments to Combat Wildlife Crime
Resolutions from Asian Summits and INTERPOL General Assembly Must Be Backed by Action
The decline of Blue Swimming Crabs. What can we do about it?
Many of us tend to think of crabs as either food or perhaps something to run away from on the ...
B.Grimm and WWF-Thailand partnership to help save tigers in Thailand
Saving a species that is rare and actively hunted like tigers is not an easy task, and without the ...
2014 Global Tiger Day in Thailand
While it might be one of the most popular animals on the plant, there are a lot of misconceptions ...
World Ranger Day: New ranger initiative set to improve welfare and protect endangered species
In response to the urgent poaching crisis, International Ranger Federation, Ranger Federation of ...
Global Tiger Day 2014 – Global Wild Tiger Numbers Unknown
Wild tigers face the risk of extinction in some countries due to a lack of information.
NGO Coalition submits 10 recommendations to NCPO
NGO Coalition submits 10 recommendations to make Thailand a wildlife crime-free country to National ...
Major increase in Thai ivory market shows need for action at wildlife trade meeting
The availability of ivory items for sale in Bangkok has nearly tripled in the last 18 months