Paul Thompson, caught by one his own cameras in Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, 2018.

Paul Thompson, caught by one his own cameras in Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, 2018.

Paul Thompson Wildlife Photography

Wildlife conservation photographer Paul has been exploring the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of Thailand for many years, in an ongoing endeavour to create images of Thailand’s more cryptic wildlife. Many of his images of rarer wildlife are only possible due to the support, hard work and dedication of Thailand’s Department of National Parks (DNP) and staff.

Paul is a passionate advocate for conservation and firmly believes that wildlife imagery should be made available to support conservation. He is a founding member of the “Thailand Wildlife Collective” a group of Thailand based natural history photographers supporting conservation organizations in Thailand with gratis wildlife imagery.

UK national Paul recently concluded a 25 year career with the United Nations in Thailand and he now dedicates himself to his passion - exploring Thailand’s amazing biodiversity. Paul’s motivation is a deep personal passion for Thai tropical forests and Thailand’s wildlife biodiversity. His aim is to show just how biodiverse and therefore environmentally important Thailand is to the world.

Paul’s images have been used in the support of Thai conservation aims extensively. his image archive can be accessed at ThailandWildllife.com. His images have been used to support conservation awareness by, or appeared in, the following:

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