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2011

In the middle of July we got one more Slow Loris. Then we took care it for few months. Then release back in to the wild. 
  Early in August we released 5 turtles that found in the project.
  In the middle of August we got 1 hornbill. However, because it got shot very badly and died later.
  Beginning of September, The project got the report from the villager that they found the big snake that is very common in the south about 1.70 meters long. We then tried to catch it and released back in to the wild.
 2010
  Early in June, We received Asian palm civet from GRP (Gibbon Rehabilitation Project) which is one of the project of WARF. There are many in juries. So we took care until, it get well then we released back in to the wild.
  Late August we got a report from the villager at the near by village that there ware big snakes got caught at the fishing net eating the villager chicken. The snakes are well. So we released back in to the deep jungle.
  We got a report from the officer in Phuket that mate Slow Loris get caught on the electrical wire. So they tried to catch it brought to the project. So we released back in to the wild.
2009
  In the beginning of February, We got the hawk from Phuket that had the car accident we’ve been taking care for few months then we let it free.
  Later in March we got a Black giant squirrel that get hurts from falling down the tree probably get hurt from the villager. We took care it for few months. Then released back in to the wild behind our project.
  Later in April, we have report that the dolphin on the beach. Lucky that tine we have apprentice veterinarian students from Chiangmai University
Sadly the dolphin passed away later peacefully.
  At the end of April, The project vaccinated to the villager’s animal. There were many animal that were brought to the project for vaccination
  Early in September we got a report from the nearby village that there’s a big snake eating the villager chicken. There we went and measure which is 2.30 meter long and weight 16.8 kilograms then we released back in to the wild.
2008
  In the middle of February, the project got a report from the villager that they found the turtle in the village, we took it to the project for getting in better condition for 1week then we released back in to the sea.
  Late February, the found to the animal similar to squirrel under the cashew nut tree in the project. The reason to fall because it does not full grown yet which makes it difficult for the animal to hang on at the tree.
  Early in May, the project got a report from the villager that they found Pangolin. It looks well in general. So we released back in to the wild.
  In the middle of September, the project got Colugo from the hospital officer. It looks well. So, we released back in to the wild.
2007
   In the middle of January 2007.Our Project worker found the Asian palm civet which probably get lost from the group. We then helped chase it back to the wild.
  Early in March, We got the report from the villager that there was a turtle get stuck at the fishing net. Then the villager brought to the project to take care for a week. Then we released back to the pond.
  In the middle of October, Our project worker got a report from the village that there was a Water monitor in the villager goat’s enclosure .We have noticed that there are many parts which is probably got hit by the injured the goat owner. We have been taking care for a month then we released back in to the wild.
  In the middle Of July we have been informed by the villager that there was an owl get stuck at the fishing net. We brought to the project to take care for 2 weeks then we release back in to the wild.
  Early in November, the project received the slow Loris from Bangkok. We train it for 6 months, then we released back in to the forest in the village nearby.
  In the middle of November, There was a report from our project worker that there is a wild monkey coming down injured and took away food the project macaque from which is due to the dried season. Finally, we catch them and took care for 2 months then we put them back in to the wild.
   Early in December, the fisherman report to the project that there is a turtle get caught at her fishing net. So he brought the turtle to the project. After doing autopsy, we found that there are so many plastic bags in the stomach.
 

 

This year we are planning to the build gibbon island the reason to this because many of the gibbons can not be released into the wild due to the reason as following.


-From doing the blood test most of them has positive result that can not be released
- Many ok them paralyze
- Just a bout all of them were raised by human. Then the behavior is not like wild animal which will be difficult to adjust to the wild.
- We built small gibbon is land in which surrounded by the wide canal that wild enough so the gibbon cannot jump over.


This year we released gibbon to the island total of 10

2006
The project got the report from the villager that they found injured pangolin and gave it to the project. Our veterinarian took care until it get well. Then we released back in to the wild.
  Early in January 2006, we got a report from the fisherman that there was handicapped turtle laid down on the beach. So they brought to the project. We have been taking care of it for 2 weeks. Then we released back to the wild.
 

Early in February, the Project’s worker found the wild cat in the village. Then they try to eat it and released back in to the wild.

  Early in February the villager found the turtle eggs and gave them to the project. We found out that most of the eggs the villager ate them.
  There was a report from the nearly village about the big snake. Then they asked the project worker to catch it and then we release it back to the wild.
  In the middle of July, the project get the Slow Loris from Phuket. We then release it back to the forest behind the project. There are many Slow Loris in the forest behind the project.


 

 




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