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Thailand’s largest watershed

Covering approximately 35% of the Thailand’s land, and draining an area of 157,924 square kilometres. The watershed is divided into the following basins – Pa Sak Basin, Sakae Krang Basin, Greater Nan Basin, Greater Ping Basin, Tha Chin Basin. The Chao Phraya Basin itself drains 20,126 square kilometres, part of the Chao Phraya watershed, and not by its major tributaries or distributaries.

species of fish

Much of the wildlife that once inhabited these plains of Chao Phraya Delta has disappeared, including a large number of fish in the river systems, birds such as vultures, the Oriental darter (Anhinga melanogaster), white-eyed river martin (Pseudochelidon sirintarae), the sarus crane (Grus antigone) and animals such as the tigers, Asian elephants, Javan rhinoceroses, and the much-hunted Schomburgk’s deer.


Opportunity for Communers to participate in community driven ecological conservation and restoration projects in Chao Phraya Delta region.
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