News from the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program

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Roadkill Tas App splash screenGood take-up of new app helping scientists better understand roadkill

More than two-thousand people have downloaded the new app recording native roadkill on Tasmanian roads.
(21/12/2018)


Childrens choir - Festival of Music South AustraliaSchool choirs sing for the devil

​​South Australian school choirs have raised more than $2000 for Tasmanian devil conservation and research.
(13/12/2018)


Virtual Fence devicesTrialing the effectiveness of virtual fence devices on Tasmania's west coast

​New research has found that small, easily transported and installed virtual fence devices have potential to substantially reduce wildlife roadkill in Tasmania.
(28/11/2018)


Errol the devil reading Trumble and LudwigBook sales supporting devil program

A book written for children is supporting the important conservation work of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program.
(26/11/2018)


This devil imp was safely captured and placed with wildlife carers with a view to re-release in the future near Cygnet.Trading rags with the devil

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Program has been keeping an eye on a number of devil families living under homes in the Channel and Huon regions. And offering advice as to why a bag of old rags can save a whole lot of expensive items from disappearing.
(5/11/2018)


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