CCTV surveillance system aimed at elephant monitoring to be deployed around national park

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A CCTV surveillance system is set to be deployed around Kui Buri National Park in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand, in a bid to protect adjacent farms from raids by hungry elephants, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.

The “Smart Early Warning System” will see the edges of the park fitted with 25 cameras in March or April. Park officials will also establish more grassy areas deep in the woods to try and keep elephants from hunting for food beyond the forest. Park chief Kanchanapan Khamhaeng explained that any elephant spotted on camera would trigger an alert to an Elephant Watch Centre manned around the clock.

If the animal is on its own, local residents will be notified so they can drive it back into the forest. If there’s more than one elephant, a quick-response team of park rangers would head to the scene.

There are currently 260 to 300 elephants in Kui Buri National Park, based on a 2015 survey by the department’s Centre for Research and Innovation. The park, which spans Kui Buri, Sam Roy Yot, Pranburi and Muang districts, is expected to have 600 elephants by 2027.

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