Adrian Hillman


Adrian Hillman first moved to Thailand in 1996 to work in wildlife research with the Royal Forest Department and later worked as an English editor for the Graduate School at Kasetsart University. A photographer and wildlife enthusiast, he first turned his naturalist’s eye on Bangkok’s dogs as a substitute for real wildlife but quickly realised the difference wasn’t so great after all

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A Stray View - a new look at dogs in Bangkok and beyond
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 15,090. Language: English. Published: January 14, 2013 by booksmango. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Animals
Stray dogs are a remarkably persistent problem caused by our behavior and confounded by our assumptions. Taking Bangkok as an example, “A Stray View” explores the reality, causes and management of strays and asks whether free-ranging dogs have a place in our society. This book offers a fresh and stimulating perspective that can enlighten how both visitors and residents view the dogs that share our

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bangkok    dogs    stray dog    street dog    thailand