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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:05 pm 
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Very nice. Can't wait to see the DSLR pics.

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Wow !!!! Tremendous photos in a fascinating place. Most of us have only seen the critters in your photos in zoos or books -- or not at all.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:04 pm 
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simply fantastic.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:09 pm 
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I simply must concur with jdh

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kloned wrote:
awsome bunch of pictures,


Thanks and I'm glad you liked these pictures. More to follow.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:21 pm 
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Super pics. So nice to see unusual game. Great variety.


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Greystoke wrote:
What a great place that must be, both for the wildlife and for camtrapping. Thank you for bringing them to us.


I'm very lucky to be able to work and camera trap in this sanctuary. I have some good friends in the Department of National Parks who manage the protected area...It's my pleasure to share my work with all of you.

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LetThemGrow wrote:
This is a whole new world you are exposing us to! Thanks for sharing, great photos!!!


A century ago, Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia were teeming with wildlife but as the human population grew, the wildlife and forests were consumed to the point of no return. Fortunately, just enough was put aside as protected areas beginning in 1962 with the first, Khao Yai National Park.

However, even these havens have been hunted out and encroached upon. Huai Kha Khaeng is truly one of the last great wildlife sanctuaries in the world, and it is my camera trap playground. Just lucky I guess and I'm having a ball. It's my pleasure to share with all of you.

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cameratrapcodger wrote:
Great shots, Bruce -- the low angle of view on that gaur bull gives it an unusual perspective. Very nice. Interesting to see who wants to check out the cams.


Chris,

Thanks very much for that. It is an amazing place and a camera trapper's dream come true. The director of the Wildlife Conservation Division is a close friend and I now have pretty much unlimited access. Thanks to you, my digital camera traps are really working well after we first met in Bangkok where you gave me good advice on homebrews and Pix Controller (never did get one of their boards. However, their hack info was good on the S600 and S40 which I still have by the way).

Yes, some animals are inquisitive and get up close. That little tiger cub was just amazing. It also came up to a Bushnell Trophy Cam I had set some 20 meters away, and I got some great video of it chewing on that while it's mother was watching close-by. I have left a couple cams at this location and go back next week to check them out...once again, thanks for your comments and it is always great to hear from you.

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Darton man wrote:
My goodness what a place to camtrapp,good to you Bruce and stay safe.


Darton man,

It is a great wildlife haven and as I have mentioned elsewhere, I'm just lucky to be able to work in this sanctuary. Thanks to all of you on Camtrapper.com for your comments and support. It makes everything worthwhile.

Read with interest on your thread about eBay....hmmmm! S600s have dried-up here in Thailand but there are plenty of other cams available. I just picked up my W120 yesterday that I had repaired for peanuts and is now headed for a Pelican box real soon. My two 'Clear-view' W55s are set on a trail leading to where Set-up #4 is and I should have some photos when I go back next week.

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