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Job Description WFFT runs a successful day trip program into which we welcome quests from all over the world to visit the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre to explore our centre and learn about the work we do. We are looking for a wildlife loving hardworking team player to join our…

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And the Orangutans Are Out!!!

Yesterday rescued orangutans Maggie and Chico spent their first morning out exploring their new special habitat here at the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. Having spent the first two years of their lives at WFFT going on daily forest walks with surrogate father Shawn and his team this is an enormous…

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The Arrival of a Little Miracle…

Last week the WFFT Rescue Team headed out to assist a human rescue NGO in Phetchaburi with the rescue of a wild long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) who had been viciously attacked by street dogs. The team were saddened to find an elderly female macaque who was both blind and deaf,…

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Yai, The Bear With A Sore Head

Recently, some swelling was found on the face of Yai, our Asiatic Black Bear. She was sedated and brought to the WFFT Wildlife Hospital to be examined and X-rayed. It was discovered that Yai had a fractured upper canine tooth that had become infected. This had caused a tooth root…

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Update – Long-tailed Macaque ‘Jeng’

Four weeks ago the WFFT Vet Team were called by Kasetsart University to help with a young female long-tailed macaque 'Jeng'. We were told she had been attacked by another macaque on the beach in Hua Hin and taken to the university for treatment. See more of the rescue story…

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What a Babe…

Yesterday, the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre gave refuge to a very special soul. We are indeed a 'Wildlife' Rescue Centre, although sometimes we are called to the aid of domestic animals. Meet Babe, a very special domestic piglet who touched our hearts when we heard of his plight. This young…

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A Road Traffic Accident Macaque Rescue

Today we received a call from a compassionate local man who had seen a macaque laying on the ground after being hit by a car. The man sent us photographs of the macaque, the poor monkey was clearly in urgent need of help. The WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team headed out…

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11 Giant Asian Pond Turtles Go Back To The Wild

Like tortoises, turtles arrive at WFFT for various reasons: rescued from the meat or pet trade, unwanted pets , caught on fishermen's hooks, injured or simply found crossing the road. As population growth increases and habitats destroyed to house and feed them there is an inevitable increase in human animal…

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Flies me to the Moon…

Nature is full of wonders and little things that can inspire curiosity. Nobody can resist, especially Nueng the Northern pig-tailed macaque, when a swarm of little wings buzz above her head. It is said that curiosity killed the cat, well in this case nothing that dramatic! Curiosity just made our…

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Chico and Maggie New Enclosure Is Nearly Ready…

In the coming weeks Chico and Maggie should be able to move to their new luxury and adapted enclosure. Especially designed for them, they will first have adapt in its side enclosure. But have a look at how incredibly entertaining this place looks. Lots and lots of enrichments, space, ...…

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Honey Bamboo!

The least we can say is that our bears are more than bearly gourmets ! Our Wildlife Staff and volunteers know this ! Each day, in addition to their regular food, they have enrichments, like all the rescued animals of the WFFT center. Here to stimulated them and encourage their…

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Portrait: Pocky! Pocky! Fun sweet lady!

Here is Pocky, a really really sweet female pig-tailed macaque who lives in one of our biggest open enclosure in Newlands. At the center everybody knows her, everybody loves her and can’t pass her home without saying ‘Pocky! Pocky!’. She became a WFFT’s resident in 2002, after being kept in…

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