2021 - Release of the First Sambar in Mae Wong National Park

A sustainable improvement of the tiger habitat in Mae Wong National Park requires constant increases in numbers of tiger prey, such as sambar. Show more
(© AdobeStock/krittin)

2020 - Khlong Wang Chao: the Protected Tiger Habitat Continuously Grows

With the addition of the Khlong Wang Chao National Park the total area of protected tiger habitat increased to 4,500 km².  Show more
(© Zoonar/Petra Wegner)

2019 - Umphang: a Corridor into the Future

Umphang connects the Mae Wong and Khlong Lan National Parks with Myanmar and provides the tigers new hunting grounds and habitat. Show more
(© kataleewan intarachote) 


2018 - Prey Animals for the Tiger

Release-into-the-wild projects of tiger prey are an important measure to enable a further increase of the tiger population. Show more
(© DNP & WWF Thailand)


2017 - New Tiger Cubs in Thailand's National Parks

Six newborn tiger cubs have been recorded in Thailand's Mae Wong and Khlong Lan National Parks which further confirms the success of the tiger recovery project in this area.  Show more
(© Zoonar/Naturfoto-Online St. Ernst)

2016 - Tigers Return!

The number of tigers living in the wild globally has risen from 2010‘s 3,200 to 3,890 today. Show more
(© DNP & WWF Thailand)


2015 - A Successful Year in Tiger Protection

The tireless efforts of numerous game wardens and intensive awareness training conducted in schools and villages pay off: 2015 was a very successful year for tiger protection in Thailand and Myanmar. Show more
(© DNP & WWF Thailand)