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Serows at Serow Hill Saraburi by Pattadon Sangduen

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Serows at Serow Hill Saraburi by Pattadon Sangduen

Serows at Serow Hill Saraburi by Pattadon Sangduen

January 18, 2024

Serow Hill at the Pristine Limestone Mountain, the one and only in Saraburi, Thailand. At the fore of a heaven-like mountain line hides an up-close sanctuary for endangered birds and natural serows - one of the most beloved and most adorable protected wildlife species in Thailand. Their distinct habits of solitude and shyness are not the case for our friends here, where they often show themselves lingering downhill to sip water or come for refreshment in our chemical-free flower field.

As peaceful and as safe as it can be, the environment is truly magical. In the summer and spring, they'd come down to cool off from the heat and the elevated rocky terrain, then especially in the winter, as if the joy of blossoming flowers invites them to share their smiles and greet those who are lucky enough to get up close. This secured environment is strengthened by the determined protection of villagers and local communities, making the serows feel like they're at home.

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