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.
There is ice on the traps and snow on the verges of the road as wildlife biologist Phil Wise and two trainee keepers from Copenhagen Zoo check traps in the Central Highlands as part of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program’s Annual Monitoring.
A video showing behaviour that has never been seen before has the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP) intrigued.
The Save the Tasmanian Devil Program’s annual monitoring project has concluded for another year, with surveys conducted across eight sites across Tasmania.
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