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Devils released at Stony Head

Story by on Sep 21, 2016 in DPIPWE, Natural and Cultural Heritage, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program

After months of hard work by the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP), its partners and supporters, 33 Tasmanian devils have been...

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Devils repopulating Forestier Peninsula

Story by on Nov 19, 2015 in Natural and Cultural Heritage, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program

Thirty-nine healthy Tasmanian devils have been released on Forestier Peninsula to re-establish a wild population of devils free of the...

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Tasmanian Devils returned to the wild at Narawntapu

Story by on Oct 1, 2015 in DPIPWE, Natural and Cultural Heritage, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program

On a landmark occasion for the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP), 20 Tasmanian devils were released into Narawntapu National Park...

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Little Penguins get some help with housing on Maria

Story by on Jun 4, 2015 in DPIPWE, Natural and Cultural Heritage, Parks and Wildlife Service, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program

Igloo-style artificial penguin burrows aimed at providing more protected habitat closer to the water’s edge are being trialed on Maria...

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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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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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