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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

Saving the Tasmanian devil through the power of air guitar

Cupcakes and an air guitar competition have helped the students at East Launceston Primary School raise over $2000 for the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. read more...
Last published: 12/11/2015

Helping our devils fly home

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal is playing a very special role in the upcoming devil release on Forestier Peninsula. read more...
Last published: 11/11/2015

Devilish wine deal on again

We are very lucky to have Leaning Church Vineyard supporting the Appeal again this year! They have put together a very generous wine deal where $70 from every case purchased will be donated to help secure the future for the Tassie devil. read more...
Last published: 28/10/2015

The Devil made me do it - Presentation by Professor Greg Woods, 1 September 2015

A unique opportunity to hear lead devil researcher Professor Greg Woods speak about his life and work on Tuesday 1 September 2015. read more...
Last published: 19/08/2015

Honours study - Tassie devils on Maria Island

Over the past 12 months, student Toby Travers has undertaken an Honours project examining the state of small mammals on Maria island. read more...
Last published: 14/08/2015
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