ON THE WILD SIDE
It was late April among the growth of the Western Forest Complex, one of my favourite places in Thailand. The first rains had come and doused the dangerous forest fires that had spread throughout the area during the dry hot season between March and May.
The leopard resting by the hot spring just three weeks ago.
As usual, I'd set up camera traps at a hot spring not far from the ranger station some 50km deep in the interior, accessible only by a dirt road.
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