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The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Announce a new round of Devil Grants and Scholarships

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal is delighted to announce the outcomes from the 2015 Grants – an amazing $424,000 was awarded. read more...
Last published: 20/04/2016

New Tassie devil research published – Genetic diversity must be conserved

In 2013, researcher Dr Anna Brüniche-Olsen was awarded a Dr. Eric Guiler Tasmanian Devil Research Grant worth $35,000. This Grant was made possible through public donations received through the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. Last week Anna, along with other contributors, published some of the findings. read more...
Last published: 16/03/2016

Devil Appeal mourns ambassador Jon English

It is with deep sadness the University of Tasmania received news of the passing of Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Ambassador Jon English overnight. read more...
Last published: 10/03/2016

Short story competition supports the Tasmanian devil

A short story competition called Twisted Tax Tales has been launched, raising money for the DFTD vaccine research. read more...
Last published: 29/02/2016

Record breaking support of Black & White Day

Over $26,000 was raised in 2015's Black & White Day. read more...
Last published: 18/02/2016

Tourism Supports a Tassie Devil 'Virtual Fence'

A virtual fence has been installed on the Forestier Peninsula to protect devils released in the area late last year. Using funds raised at the Tourism Industry Council Conference in 2015, this “fence” is a high-tech solution to aimed at saving the species from road kill. read more...
Last published: 28/01/2016

We had a devil of a time!

Conservation Volunteers in Hobart have created a ‘retirement village’ for ageing devils previously part of breeding program in Tasmania. read more...
Last published: 17/12/2015

Crescent Head students saving Tasmanian devils

Students at the Crescent Head Public School have raised more than $500 to help eradicate a fatal disease that is killing Australia’s Tasmanian devils. read more...
Last published: 10/12/2015

Understanding the evolution of devils and DFTD

Over a number of years, donations to the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal have supported important research into Devil Facial Tumour Disease. read more...
Last published: 08/12/2015

Little girl with a big heart for Devils

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal has received a significant donation from 11-year-old Jasmine Giesen. read more...
Last published: 08/12/2015
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