WFFT’s Monkey & Friends Party Run was a huge success! We would like to thank Ampol Food for hosting this event and for helping us rescue more coconut harvesting monkeys. We couldn’t have done it without them!
WFFT to Host the 2023 Wild Animal Rescue Network (WARN) Conference
We’re delighted to share with you that Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) will be hosting the upcoming Wild Animal Rescue Network (WARN) conference from 13-15 June 2023.
The theme of the conference, “After Covid19, Back in Action,” promises to be timely and engaging, as we all look forward to strengthening our efforts to protect wildlife and animals after the challenges of the pandemic.
At the event, you’ll have the unique opportunity to engage with some of the most influential figures in wildlife conservation and animal welfare.
The Avani+ Hotel in Hua Hin has been chosen as the conference venue, where attendees can expect engaging discussions, inspirational talks, and valuable networking opportunities.
A post-conference tour of WFFT facilities from 16 June onwards will also give you the chance to see conservation in action and gain practical insights into the field.
More details on speakers, sessions and more coming soon.
Don’t miss out – book your place at the WARN conference now!
Earlybird tickets: USD300-USD450. This covers airport transfers and accommodation for the duration of the conference days.
Non-early bird tickets after 15 May: USD330-USD495
When: 12 to 16 June 2023. Guests will arrive on 12 June and depart on 16 June. The conference days will be held from 13 – 15.
Theme: “After Covid19, Back In Action”
Post-conference: A tour of WFFT facilities from 16 June onwards. * Please note that you will be required to cover the cost of your accommodation on 16 June if you stay for the post-conference tour.
If you have any questions, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
WFFT is one of South East Asia’s largest animal sanctuaries and cares for over 700 animals. The sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates captive wild animals, and offers a forever home to those who cannot safely be returned to the wild.
The charity also focuses on raising awareness of wildlife conservation and animal exploitation by educating tourists and local communities on the urgent issues facing animals today.