Recent News and Posts
| More forest fauna Elizabeth has produced some more striking photographs of forest fauna. We are awaiting confirmed identification but in the meantime, enjoy the photos! more... - 2013/04/22|
|Newly discovered fauna in the Monkey Forest Using the term ‘Monkey Forest’ in this post may be misleading because what I am celebrating here is species that have not previously featured on this website and which we were unaware even existed in the forest. There are a … Continue reading → more... - 2013/04/15|
|A VERY Happy Valentine’s Day in Don Chao Poo Forest I was almost, but not quite, witness to a very happy event in Don Chao Poo Forest yesterday. I was near the third gate at 6pm watching the troop we call Troop 3 preparing to go to roost in the … Continue reading → more... - 2013/02/15|
|Helping to keep the forest clean This morning we were visited by a group of fourteen 4th year students from Ubon Ratchathani University. They are in the Agriculture Department but they came as part of their ‘Environmental Awareness’ programme. With their help we cleared the front … Continue reading → more... - 2013/01/13|
|Reporting a pregnancy Pregnancies are all too common among the population of long-tailed macaques in Don Chao Poo Forest, Phana. But today I spotted a young female whose pregnancy we have been waiting for. She is the monkey with a severe curvature of … Continue reading → more... - 2012/12/18|
|Juvenile macaque fatality This morning I came across a dead monkey in the undergrowth only a metre from the surfaced road that runs through Don Chao Poo Forest, Phana. It was a young male, not much more than an infant, so perhaps about … Continue reading → more... - 2012/11/18||
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June's Orang Utan Page
A site dedicated to orang utans. Includes images, links, and information.
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The small town of Phana in Northeast Thailand is setting up a project to protect and conserve the tribe of long-tailed macaques which live in the nearby forest. Thai Monkey Forest records this project and documents research in progress.
ANIMAL Teachers: Ape Family
Animals can teach us many things. Ape Family teaches about Using Your Voice. Learn about what Gorilla, Chimpanzee, and Monkey has to teach people
These websites present information on primates living in the wild. You will learn about the various species by surfing this webring.
The education and awareness of the protection of endangered wildlife.Responsibility as humans to maintain a balance in nature.Highlighted are the orangutan and other animals.
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