News from the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program


STDP Levi welfare checkAmbassador devils arrive in New Zealand

The latest two Ambassador Tasmanian devils have arrived safely in New Zealand.

Healthy devils found in State’s remote south-west

A trapping mission in the state’s remote south-west coast has found healthy devils with an absence of DFTD.

Seven year old Boots was given a clean bill of health by Program staff and was released back into the wild to continue his incredible journey.Meet Old Boots!

Program staff were excited to see a familiar face while conducting annual monitoring. Boots is the oldest recorded translocated Tasmanian devil.

Save the Tasmanian Devil Program’s wildlife biologist and lead author Dr Billie Lazenby   Long-term impacts of DFTD on wild Tasmanian devils

A collaborative research project has investigated the long-term impacts of the Devil Facial Tumour Disease on the population status of wild Tasmanian devils.

Slow Down - Devils on the Move

Motorists are reminded to be aware of dispersing juvenile Tasmanian devils. Young devils are on the move between late spring and summer and drivers are asked to slow down, especially between dusk and dawn when devils are most active.

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