A quick update for those who are interested. I'm quite happy to say that I have accepted as a graduate student at the University of Oxford and will be working with WildCRU.
This will mean that I will be leaving Thailand, but I hope this will provide me with better opportunities to help tigers in the wild.
I'm not very active on DA these days, mostly due to work. I'm happy to share news coverage below of the tiger project I've been leading. It's a positive story, which is rare in tiger conservation. I hope this will generate more support for tigers that we can use to build upon these positive developments.
New population of rare tigers found in eastern Thailandhttp://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-39423053
A new breeding population of the critically endangered Indochinese tiger has been found in a national park in eastern Thailand, conservationists say.
Camera traps discovered a small population with at least six cubs in the jun
I am so unbelievably happy and thankful for the people in my life and what I have. I'm the happiest I've been in a very long time.
Thank you to those watching me. I really appreciate your kind words and comments.
I have not been active here in quite some time. One major reason for this is that I lost my camera and haven't been able to afford a new one. I am also living in Thailand (and have been for five years) so my access to my previous zoo friends is not as easy. That being said, I've been very hard at work for tigers here in Thailand. We have had great results recently and I am looking forward to sharing them with you sometime in the ne
I just wanted to let my followers know that one of my photos "Aegis" is now featured on the cover of a wonderful book by author and conservationist J.A. Mills - "Blood of the Tiger"
Please check it out at this http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Tiger-Conspiracy-Magnificent-Species/dp/0807074969 with a description below:
"Blood of the Tiger takes readers on a wild ride to save one of the world’s rarest animals from a band of Chinese billionaires.
Many people think wild tigers are on the road to recovery, but they are in greater danger than ever—from a menace few experts saw coming.
There may be only three thousand wild tigers lef
I have finally decided to get on Twitter and spew out all sorts of tigery biz. If you're interested in my tiger work in Thailand or just want to see more photos from my adventures, follow me at @WalksWithTigers
To all you twitter users, give me a shoutout so I can see who you are!