Volunteer Alex Clarke will be sharing her daily diaries with us from the Thailand Zoo Assistant Project. Starting with Monday - which can only mean safari day!
A young male Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) named ‘Chin’ was brought into the Thailand Animal Rescue Centre after his ‘owners’ had noticed a deterioration in his health.
If you are thinking of joining one of Frontier's Medical Projects here's what you can expect from our programme in Thailand and the difference you can make
Volunteering with animals in South East Asia where the illegal wildlife trade is at its worst can have a direct impact on the conservation due to education projects, rescue and release projects, and showing to the local community that wildlife conservation and animal welfare do go hand-in-hand.
Whilst in Thailand, the Frontier group stayed a while in Kanchanaburi. This was one of a few stops on the long trip from the north of Thailand down to the islands in the south.