Columbus Zoo welcomes three new devils
The latest ambassador Tasmanian devils have arrived safe and sound!
Tasmania devils in transit to Columbus Zoo May 2019 as part of the Ambassador Program
Sprout, Thyme and Mustard from the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP) are now exploring their new purpose built home at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
in Ohio, USA.
The three Tasmanian devils are the latest additions to the STDP’s Tasmanian Devil Ambassador Program
which is designed to place suitable Tasmanian devils into world-class zoos as ambassadors for the species.
These devils play an important conservation role in raising awareness of the plight of the species on the world stage and only prominent zoos with a proven commitment to conservation and are selected to participate in this program.
The STDP welcomes the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to the Ambassador Program and thanks them for their continued support and contribution to the conservation efforts in Tasmania for this endangered species.
Ambassador devils are now featured in zoos in the USA, New Zealand, Europe and Japan.
Tasmanian Devil emerges from its transport crate into its new home at Columbus Zoo