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I-Love-Phants Lodge soft opening

An ethical alternative to elephant tourism For many years we have been contacted by Thai and foreign supporters and tourists alike, asking if instead of volunteering it would be possible to visit the WFFT wildlife rescue centre and stay overnight. In the past we did not think it was possible…

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WFFT assist emergency drill

WFFT assist Tourist Police in their Tourist Emergency Response Training Drill Last week, staff and volunteers from the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre assisted the Tourist Police in their Tourist Emergency Response Training Drill down at Cha Am beach. Volunteers played the part of tourists in trouble after their boat had…

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WFFT Education program in full swing

20th group of students this year visits WFFT wildlife rescue center Thank you to Bangkok Prep School for visiting WFFT again on your educational field trip. The students were very enthusiastic and we are delighted to hear that you thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We look forward to your next visit.…

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WARN conference 2013 to be held in Sabah, Borneo

  5th EAST AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN WILD ANIMAL RESCUE NETWORK CONFERENCE “WARN 2013” 26th-30th NOVEMBER, 2013 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. ORGANIZED BY INVITATION The Sabah Wildlife Department is pleased to host the 5th WARN Conference in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia from 26th to 30th November, 2013. We hereby extend our…

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Fujitsu donates computers to WFFT

  Fujitsu Thailand donates 4 desktop computers to WFFT WFFT is thankful to FUJITSU THAILAND for the donation of 4 desktop computers that we have received last week. The 4 computer will be used for the volunteer house and volunteer office, coming in very handy. We (and of course the…

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Reforestation in Kaengkrachan National Park

WFFT plants trees from our own tree nursery in Kaengkrachan National Park The WFFT tree nursery is still one of our ongoing projects and with only local tree species (Central and Southern Thailand species) being raised we have a great assortment of indigenous tree species available for forest rehabilitation. For…

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WFFT donates communication equipment to rangers

Radios for better communication between HQ and rangers at Kaengkrachan National Park WFFT is very happy to help Kaengkrachan National Park's rangers with a donation of two base-stations and 5 mobile sets for park rangers. We believe that better communication with waterproof mobile radios and strong base stations will result…

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WARN conference at WFFT

The WFFT hosted this years “3rd conference on wildlife rescue in East and South-east Asia” at the WFFT wildlife rescue centre and Petchvarin Resort in Petchaburi. 60 delegates from 18 countries that were representing over 30 NGO’s and government departments spend 3 days listening to presentations, discussing wildlife issues and…

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Education, Education, Education!

One of the most important aspects of wildlife conservation is education. Here at WFFT, we aim to raise awareness of the issues which face many of the species currently living at the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre and the Elephant Refuge and Education Centre (EREC), by educating both tourists and local…

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