Khlong Saeng Video Compilation

Habitat ID’s mandate is to go into underprioritised “protected areas” and set up remote camera-traps to prove that rare and important animals still inhabit these neglected areas. Cambodia’s Virachey National Park was our first project and is still ongoing; the dhole pictured above and the rare Douc langur below are just some of the wildlife species our cameras have uncovered. We have also worked in Thailand’s Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, where we recorded Malayan tapirs, Asian elephants, and Argus pheasants, and we will be launching a new project into a group of almost totally unknown mountains Sumatra in January. Stay tuned…!

Thailand’s Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary Project

The Projects

Virachey National Park