This book was written for the added information of the professionals, students and advocates of forest resources management. It focuses on the unique logging practices in the isolated Teak forests in Myanmar, the muddy peat swamp forests in Indonesia and Malaysia, the steep mountain forests in Bhutan and an artificially-submerged forest in Lao PDR. In those peculiar sites, logging could only be undertaken by manpower and draught animals with light machinery providing complementary support only. The book emphasizes on elephant logging because 240 of the animals worked with the author for 5 years at a forestry development project in Myanmar. Environment lovers appreciate this logging “machinery” for not using fossil fuel and exerting low impact on the forest and soil. And most important of all, the elephant is intelligent, smart, hard working and plays timely antics that bring laughter to the woods.