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The devil is now Tasmania’s official faunal emblem

Story by on Feb 6, 2015 in DPIPWE, News, Resource Management and Conservation, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program, Uncategorized

The Tasmanian Devil has been officially declared the State’s animal emblem after being proclaimed by Her Excellency the Governor Kate...

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Rehabilitating Tasmania’s misused sinkholes

Story by on Oct 17, 2014 in DPIPWE, Resource Management and Conservation, Uncategorized

  Aproject to rehabilitate a series of sinkholes in Northern Tasmania is paying dividends.   Long used as dumping grounds for...

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Slow down from dusk til dawn for the devils’ sake

Story by on Oct 15, 2014 in DPIPWE, Resource Management and Conservation, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program

  Road users in Tasmania can help save the endangered Tasmanian Devil by slowing down between dusk and dawn. Although the deadly...

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A quarter of a century of Melikoff and the marine mammals

Story by on Sep 30, 2014 in News, Resource Management and Conservation

  Marine mammals in Tasmanian waters are in a safer environment because of Tasmania’s first princess, who a quarter of a century ago...

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A new online tool for Threatened Species Day

Story by on Sep 4, 2014 in DPIPWE, Resource Management and Conservation

This year’s theme for Threatened Species Day is ‘Size Doesn’t Matter’, encouraging everyone to take a little extra...

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The simplicity of saving the small

Story by on Aug 28, 2014 in DPIPWE, Resource Management and Conservation

DPIPWE scientists Dr Clare Hawkins and Dr Karen Richards, alongside volunteer Chris Spencer, have been up to their elbows in cold, muddy...

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