The public is invited to help grow trees and build water retention dykes and artificial salt licks for wild animals in Kaeng Krachan National Park, Phetchaburi, on June 12 at 8.30am.
Wild elephants in Kaeng Krachan.
Kaeng Krachan is Thailand's largest national park. Covering 1.8 million rai, it is abundant with natural resources, trees and wildlife. All year round, tourists can visit natural attractions, bird and butterfly watching spots and see the sea of mist there. This forest is also the watershed of the Phetchaburi and Pran Buri rivers, which benefit farming, electricity-generation and tourism.
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