Thailand wild cats conservation groups and organizations engaged in big cats and small wild cats conservation, research and rescue in Thailand.
Thai Society for the Conservation of Wild Animals
mproving natural habitats for native wild animals in Thailand, TSCWA projects research forest areas and work towards reintroducing some species that have been exploited to endangered levels.
"...Our projects aim to improve the conservation of native wild animals, the welfare of captive wild animals confiscated through law enforcement, and other problematic animal issues in Thailand. We do this work by surveying protected forest areas and providing veterinary work, new enclosure construction, and enrichment for a wide range of native animals..." Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand
To rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wildlife, and to provide sanctuary, individualized care, and a voice for other animals in need.
"NGOs are saying this is in retaliation for speaking out against poaching and the possible cover ups being perpetrated by businessmen and politicians in connection with elephant camps. More than 103 animals, many endangered and receiving veterinary care, were originally ordered to be confiscated. So far only 13 have been removed, and the number has shrunk to 27 animals slated for confiscation, as of Feb 17. The raids came days after founder Edwin Wiek had spoken out in several media outlets about elephant and tiger poaching. Even a single animal taken from WFFT is too many. You can easily help. " World Wildlife Fund
International conservation, protection and restoration of species and their habitats. WWF recently announced the establishment of a new national park in Russia to save the Amur leopard.