“Doi Mon Jong” closed after wild elephants attacked nature students


Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary Announcement to close Doi Mon Chong After wild elephants attacked nature students

January 3, 2022 Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation reported that Mr. Nawee Sinsuphakul, head of Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary Revealed that it has issued an announcement to close the nature study activities and stay overnight. Doi Mon Jong nature trail area in the Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary Chiang Mai and Tak Province After yesterday (January 2), a wild elephant attacked a nature student in a tent area while camping.

With injuries in the shoulder, chest and right upper arm, he coordinated with Omkoi Hospital Emergency Ambulance to come pick him up. After treatment, the doctor diagnosed that The injured person had a muscle bruise. no broken bones Therefore, it is appropriate to allow them to rest at home. Wild elephants also destroyed tents and equipment. have been damaged Initially, Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary is responsible for all medical expenses

Head of Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary added that Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary has announced the opening of nature study activities and camping. At the Doi Monjong nature trail area on December 6, 2021, along with the rules of nature study and camping By stipulating that the study of nature is scheduled between 25 December 2021 to 14 February 2022.

which when such an event occurs Therefore, the situation was assessed from qualitative patrol data in the area. It was found that the area around the Doi Mon Jong Forest Study Route has a tendency to move more people to live in water and food sources in the area of ​​Doi Mon Jong Nature Study Route.

This is for the safety of life and property of nature students. and to watch out for dangers that may be caused by wild elephants in the area Therefore, we would like to announce the closure of nature study and camping activities. Doi Mon Jong nature trail area in the Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary Chiang Mai and Tak provinces for the year 2021-2022 from now on.

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