|We are calling on all schools, businesses and community organisations to get involved in Black & White Day. Last year Black & White Day raised over $20,000 which supported key research and management programs aimed at keeping the Tassie devil alive in the wild.|
|Wildlife parks in three states and researchers from Tasmania, Sydney and Cambridge universities and the Menzies Research Institute have shared more than $650,000 in grants to help save the Tasmanian devil.|
|Minister for Environment, Parks and Heritage, Brian Wightman, joined staff of the Devil Program and the Parks and Wildlife Service along with a small media group on Maria Island on Friday 19 April report on monitoring and confirm that a number of the female devils are carrying pouch young.
|A rare feast is in store for Tasmanian devils, which are being held in captivity as an insurance against the species' extinction. They have been given the proceeds of a foiled crime - $2,600 worth of stolen meat. |
|Scientists engaged in the fight to save the endangered Tasmanian devil have made some encouraging steps forward. New research is providing direction for the development of a vaccine for the contagious cancer which is driving Tasmanian devils to the brink of extinction.