Friday, July 19, 2013posted by Bruce 10:11 AM

Tiger mother and two full grown cubs.

Recently, I pulled a Sony W30 camera trap from a mineral deposit in the Western Forest Complex and found some amazing photos of a mother tiger and her two cubs. It is very rare to see a tiger family on a trail cam. These amazing creatures usually do not hang around when it starts flashing at them…but I got some great shots shown here.

Mother and cub.

The two cubs leaving the mineral deposit.

Mother on the way out.

Another tiger visits the camera.

Banteng have now become quite rare in Southeast Asia but thrive in two wildlife sanctuaries in Thailand; one in the east and one in the west. Here are some shots of these beautiful wild cattle. The old bull looks like he is having a heck of time with the moths.

Banteng herd at the mineral deposit.

Old banteng bull and moths after a big rain.


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